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Rear Seals Blown Out

I have a 1986 toyota 4x4(locking front hubs}5 speed mini pickup truck. (22R-4 cylinder) Here's my problem the rear seals are blown out and I am experiencing no support from my local automotive stores as to what I need per replacing-fixing the rear seals. Please help!Sincerly ; In the middle of a diaster.

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  • ashortzs39 Jun 20, 2009

    Unfortunately I am lost. My 1986 4wd 22r - 4 cylinder mini pick-up is a manual. Does this solution still apply? Had a friend help me out and replace the rear inner seals on both sides,but it seems to still be leaking. It seems to have slowed down measurably but it still leaks. What do I need to do?



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The rear seal can be replaced but not without pulling the transmission, then you remove the seal holding case knock out-the seal and find the number on the seal and buy one and replace it and the gasket to the seal holder, also buy a speedy sleeve for the crank or you will find it leaking again.

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  • Bruce Hathcock Jun 20, 2009

    Well the seals your talking about I assumed the rear wheel seels tell me exactly where they are and I will provide a fix for you.



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