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Hi,I beleave you mean where it gose into the gearbox if so,
then Im affried that you will have to do the job again ,
make shore you clean the the serfices with a brake cleaner to make shore there is no dirt what so ever,before replaceing the cill just smear a tuch of oil on the new seal to make it easyer to slide in,it would be good also if you have a tool socket or something the same size as the cill to put on the cill to tap it home with.
its so easy to damidge the cills when putting them in we have all done it from time to time.
well wish you all the best,hope this was some help.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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