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Oil leaking from front oil seal can i repair this myself and do i have to remove the gear box

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  • niren Aug 09, 2013

    yes but if you no about it you have to take off the gear box form the car

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No you can't do it.go to a near by workshop

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see man pulling axle to remove pan
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http://www.fixkick.com/axles/Pan-drop/pandrop.html

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Ok ralph first off clean motor with engine brite found at any auto parts stores
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Just had axle oil leak, left front, had axle replaced, could this have been prevented or is it natural wear and tear?


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Front seal leaking in gear box


If it is the front seal in the gear box then the box has to come out. The seal is in the extension housing that the clutch throw out bearing runs on and the seal can be replaced by removing that housing . However mostly if that seal leaks then the front bearing on the clutch shaft may be failing allowing the shaft to move and that is why the seal leaks. If the front of the box is dry then the oil leak may be the rear main seal of the engine so it is best to check both arrears as the oil leaks from the same point in the bell housing

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Change front main seal , leaking oil around timing chain cover. could be seal around harmonica balancer.


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Remove starter and engine to transmission brackets front and back.
Remove transmission starter gear cover.
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replace seal and reverse procedure.

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