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If you were to replace a rear main seal on a 1995 honda accord (with a vtech 4 cylinder engine) do you have to remove the transmission in order to install?

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Yes, the seal has a pressed fit and is bolted on te rear of the engine, in fact all japanese cars do that, keeps them from leaking for a long time.

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