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5 speed manual transmission

Can not find a seal to fit the output trans seal. was having problems finding a seal to fit the slip yoke . its 1.441 in dia. found a seal that fit that but the seal ended being to big to drive into the housing on back of transmission. my tracker is 94 5 speed 2 wheel drive. why cant i find a seal

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In situations such as yours it is advisable to firstly go to the manufacturers spares department and enquire if one is available.. If not remove the seal and along with the measurement of the dia of the slip yoke go to a shop that sells bearing and seals only and they will be able to match up the correct seal. If you look closely at the seal there should be a make and seal number stamped /moulded on the outside face and this will identify the seal. All seals are made by seal makers and bearing makers so that is the best place to look

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there is a long bush type bearing in this tunnel just at the end were the seal fits in it can were out and let the prop shaft flap about, this in turn rips the seal to bits,,,also the yoke has a polished part on the end that go's over the spline into the end of the gear box tunnel the seal can were a groov into this part, and no amount of new seals will stop it leaking them as the new seal runs in this worn out groov, again ripping it to bits,,,test the long bush type bearing by holding the prop shaft yoke and pushing it up and to the side, if it moves about replace the bush in the end of the tunnel as well,, its a push in fit! with a big hammer!!
if the yoke has a groov in it you need a new prop as all prop shafts are balanced so you can just fit a new yoke it could throw the car up in the air when your driving it down the free way,,,,by shaking it apart
i hope this is of help to you

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------------Transmission shifting problem on Toyota Land cruiser? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2012/01/transmission-shifting-problem-on-toyota.html
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---------This will help.Thanks.

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