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??? which oil seal???

well, you can go to a car part store online to look it up yourself

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This is the electric motor inside your servo that actuates your 4wd/2wd/diff locker. When the servo goes out on these bikes, it's more than likely the small electric motor. Simply pull the servo off the front differential, open it up and you will see the small motor inside. I pulled the complete diff out in the instructions due to having to change a seal but you can do this with it still in the bike.

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26147106-wuoh52pvdxpwqpeytk4hf153-3-0.jpg Once removed installation is the opposite. Just be sure not to turn anything inside the casing once you open it. The small worm gear on the motor doesn't matter just don't turn anything else.

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26147106-wuoh52pvdxpwqpeytk4hf153-3-9.jpg You can see the two screws that hold the little motor in.
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