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Steering box leak oil


Check with the dealers parts dept,should be
May have to buy more than just the seal
Check the internet sites for the seal

Aug 11, 2013 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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Crosman Z77


Sorry we have no parts reference materials here.

Jul 28, 2017 | Crosman Cars & Trucks

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1987 Ford F-350 Steering Gear Box Seal Leaking. Is it possible to replace the seal to fix the leak?


csk auto parts store has steering seal kits and steering gear shaft input seal kits...as for the replacement procedure, I would recommend having a quality repair manual on hand and do a "dry run" before attempting the fix for real.

Aug 17, 2011 | 1987 Ford F 350

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05 new shape passat.fitted new clutch kit with flywheel.on bleeding clutch pedal went hard approx 1 inch short of full travel,when pushed further it popped the seal on slave cylinder.refitted another slave...


the only way that the seal pops is when the piston comes out the end of the cylinder that indicates that the installation of the clutch kit is incorrect and the throw out arm is not in the throw out bearing carrier properly
regardless of makes , if the clutch kit is made for that vehicle it will fit

Jun 18, 2017 | 2006 Volkswagen Passat

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What is included in a timing belt kit?


The Subaru timing belt kit consists of a water pump with gasket, timing belt tensioner assembly, right timing belt idler, left lower timing belt idler, cogged timing belt idler, two accessory drive belts, front crankshaft seal, two front camshaft seal kits, thermostat gasket. That about covers it up. Hope this helped!

Dec 03, 2010 | 2003 Subaru Impreza

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I have 1985 cj 7 with an amc 20 rear differential, and i put a new axle kit and seals, but the right seal keeps leaking. what can be causing this problem?


By axle kit, you are referring to new bearing? I'd check the axle seal surface. Sometimes they wear beyond the ability of the seal to do it's job.If it's "borderline", I have had some success by filling the cavity inside the seal with black silicone sealer and letting it dry before installing. That helps keep the seal in contact with the axle.I'd also use some on the outside of the seal housing to prevent seepage there. Always use a small amount of grease on the seal lip when installing. Otherwise the seal can burn before lube reaches it. If that kit was not a bearing, replace the bearing as slight wear can easily open the seal enough to permit a leak. If the axle serves as the inner bearing race make sure that isn't worn either. There used to be an off-set bearing kit available for worn axles but not sure they made them for Jeeps.
There are several reasons an axle can leak. Not being able to see exactly what you are working with, I've pretty much covered all the things I'd look at and tricks I use to make things work even when they sometimes should not.
Hope one of them helps!!!

Sep 23, 2010 | 1985 Jeep CJ7

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Repair heads kit


There are no Head repair kits. There are kits that have valves and seals and guides for that parts of the head but if you head is damaged it is most likely going to require a new head. If you are looking for a kit to do a valve job then you will be wanting to get a Gasket and seal kit for the engine which should have the valve seals and such and purchase the valves and springs for the valves then attempt the job.

Jun 26, 2010 | 1999 Chrysler Concorde

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Power steering makes noise when turning. checked with a garage. needs pinion seal replacement for power steering. Need part number?


no you dont need part no. to buy the seal kit for that, just give them year model and the type of your car and they can search in their computer what type of seal kit your car needs..

Apr 06, 2010 | 2002 Toyota RAV4

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FREND HAS A 85 F150 4X4 302 ENG WITH LEAK AT BACK OF TRANY NOT THE PAN, TRANSFERCASE IS OFF HOW DO I GET AT THE SEAL PS PAN IS A 20 BOLT


The seal itself resembles the engine crankshaft oil seals, or wheel bearing dust shields, so its a circular metal and rubber donut basically. The seal is inside the back of the tranny where the yoke come in, and will require a special tool kit to pull it out and put it back in. To get one, just go to your local parts store or any store where they sell mechanics tools and they will be at least able to order a kit for you. In some cases, some store even rent the tools you need. For example, where i live our local Canadian Tire store rents them at no cost, you just give a deposit that's the price of the kit just in case you break it or don't return it, and when you bring it back in one piece they give you the whole deposit back tax and all. Just ask the store of your choice for a shaft seal removal/instalation kit and they should understand perfectly what you mean, if they don't, then just tell them its a special puller kit to take out the crankshaft and yoke seals. If they still don't understand, go to another store cause those guys are anything but professionnals or experts.:P Once you get the kit, it's just a question of inserting the tip into the end of the tranny far enough so the teeth can grip the seal and pull it out. And to put the new one back in, you can either use the kit again, or theres always the good old trick of hitting a big ratchet socket the same size as the seal with a good ol' hammer while being careful so that the seal doesn't go in sideways or crooked so you don't bend it or scrap it.

Jul 09, 2009 | 1985 Ford F150

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Where to buy a toyota celica 1990 1.6 Steering Rack Seal Kit


dont bother with a seal kit they just dont last and they take alot of work and time to rebuild
try www.northernautopartswarehouse.com

Aug 20, 2008 | 1990 Toyota Celica

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