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Do I need to remove the gearbox to replace the output shaft seal or can it be done by removing the shaft and putting a new seal in?

Year/make/model?? Most output shaft seals can be replaced with the transmission in the vehicle, Remove the driveshaft and pry out the old seal. Apply a thin film of grease to the lip of the new seal and carefully install it

Jan 20, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Diagram rear main seal

Don't need a diagram, you have to pull the transmission to replace the seal. It is the seal in the engine block that goes around the crankshaft output to the transmission.

Jul 31, 2014 | 2001 Acura MDX

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Unable to remove left front output shaft on 1996 chevy 1500 pickup

are wheels free to move ? could be just stubborn , Is the seal holding it in ? lockring ? a repair manual would be helpful , todays vehicles have many surprises, I have one for all (4) of my vehicles, what gear is truck in ? should be neutral , yes ? you have jacks under frontend, yes. good luck

Jan 31, 2013 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Replaced front seal on my '97 Dodge Ram 1500, V6

Assembly of converter to trans and then tunit to engine? The torque converter must engage and slide into the front pump. The seal is easily damamaged if not properly fitted.Once the trans is against the engine the converter can be slid forward to bolt the flex plste.There should not be more than approx. 1/4 inch between the converter and trans bell housing if the converter is properly mated to the trans. Good Luck, Ned.

Jun 01, 2010 | 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab

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My 1996 GMC Sierra with 330,000 miles on it is struggling going from 1 to 2nd gear. I am loosing fluid at the rear trnsmission seal. There is a slight whine. Do you think fixing the seal will eliminate the...

That's a lot of miles on that transmission! The short answer is "no". Replacing the seal will stop the fluid leak, which should be done. However, the whine is an internal mechanical problem, quite possibly from the rear output carrier which commonly needs replacement. "Struggling going from 1-2nd gear" is not very descriptive. If it's a "long" shift requiring higher speed and rpm than normal then you could be having governor pressure sensor or switch problems, valve body issues or internal hydrolic issues. This one is not likely to be a DIY project. Also, don't waste your money on a "pour-in" additive - it won't fix anything. Find a reputable transmission shop and be sure to ask what the "worse case scenario cost" will be because that's what it will likely cost you. (Speaking from experience in trans shop)

May 24, 2010 | 2000 GMC New Sierra 1500

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Leaking transmission fluid

replace the seal. can be 1 of 2 output shaft seals or the torque converter seal... pray its not the torque seal as it takes about 5 hrs for an experienced mechanic :)

it could also be a transmission cooling line. this is not so bad to replace but the quick connects on the radiator can be a pain

May 15, 2010 | 1999 Ford Windstar

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CV Axle removal and installation

The axle should be able to be removed by using a flat ended pry bar tool with a dull flat end. Or possibly a very large flat screw driver. Put the pry bar between the axle and transmission. With light pressure, the axle should pop out of the transmission. The axle just snaps into the transmission. There should be no need or cause to damage the seal because the seal is inset into the transmission. Just watch what you are doing. As far as replacing the seal, I do not know. I have not had to do that yet, and I have replaced both sides with new boots more than once.

Oct 19, 2008 | 1995 Geo Metro

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