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Does replacing oil seal require removing oil pan on 2004 Honda civic ex 1.7L VTEC automatic?


not normally as it is in the timing cover case or behind the bottom sprocket or drive pullet for the timing belt
if it is a rear main seal it will require the transmission removal as well as the flywheel /torque converter
you were not specific as to which oil seal required replacing.
best get a workshop manual as that book shows the procedure to replace seals

Jan 04, 2017 | 2004 Honda Civic

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What are some tips on removing and replacing brake lines etc when replacing the rear end on 97 Dodge 1500


Held on by a bolt and two clips. Bend the clips and remove the bolt. Just be prepared to replace them if they are really rusty. If it were mine, I would pull the axles, Replace the diff and pinion and seal. Replace the axle bearings and seals, if the seals were leaking. If not leaking, just replace the seals.

Mar 06, 2016 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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Replacing front axle seals and bearings


I replaced the left front bearings and seals a couple of months back. It is not a problem but be careful as you dismantle the system and of course the reassembly of same. Be sure to replace all bearings and seals as you probably don't want to do this job twice at the cost of parts. No special tricks and relatively easy job. 1601d678-bcb0-4cc6-af13-c2a57bf7d073.jpg

Jun 22, 2014 | 2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Replacing water pump & timing belt on 2001 Dodge Stratus R/T. Easy to replace front main seal, too?


oil seal failure is the main killer of rubber timing belts . Oil can come from the crankshaft seal --the cam shaft seal/s and the hydraulic belt adjuster.. So if you have the front off and am replacing the timing belt then it is fools economy not to replace the seals and any idler pulleys at the same time.

Jan 09, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I replace the seals in the a/c unit in a 1997 chevy k1500 ?


depend on what parts you replacing.AC COMPRESSOR has seals, the accumulator and condensors uses O RINGS.

Sep 08, 2012 | Chevrolet C1500 Cars & Trucks

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Turbo spitting oil through exaust and whistling


turbo oil seal is probably going out, replacing the seal is a very labor intensive process..as removing the turbo is necessary, and then replacing seals on it....probably best to take it to a mechanic who specializes in turbocharged cars...

sorry for the issues, maybe upgrade to an aftermarket turbo and have some fun instead?!

good luck!

Mar 03, 2011 | Toyota Passenger Cars & Trucks

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How do you change the rear wheel bearings on a 2004 chevy express 1500 van?


Axle Shaft Bearing & Seal Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the axle shaft.
  3. If replacing only the seal, remove the seal using a suitable seal removal tool.
  4. If replacing the seal and bearing on the 8.6 inch axle, install the slide hammer and adapter behind the bearing and pull out the bearing and seal together.
  5. If replacing the rear axle shaft seal and the bearing on the 9.75 inch axle, install the J 29712 or equivalent bearing puller into the axle housing behind the axle bearing.
  6. Remove the axle shaft seal and the bearing by tightening the nut on the J 29712 bearing puller.
Use a slide hammer, bearing puller and adapter to remove the old axle bearing 88457g81.gif

To Install:
  1. Install the axle shaft bearing using a suitable size driver. Drive the bearing into the housing until the tool bottoms against the tube.
  2. Lubricate the seal lip and install the seal with a suitable seal driver. Make sure the seal is fully seated in the axle tube.
  3. Install the axle shaft.
  4. Fill the rear axle with the correct lubricant.
  5. Lower the vehicle.
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Oct 18, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Express

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Looking for location of a 2002 chevrolet malibu 3.1 engine - rear bearing cap o ring seal. replacing the rear main bearings and an o ring seal came along with the rear main bearing seal. Is this just an...


yes you will find these parts fit a lot of other cars some with oil seals some without an oil seal fits 50%in a grove and 50% out so if you seen no oil seal when replacing then dont worry about it.adrian,,,,,,

Jun 26, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Malibu

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Mx5 mk2.5 slight engine oil leak.


Can you tell us more?
How many miles on the car?
Which side of the engine area? Drips after you park etc?
Oil ever low? If so how often do you ad oil?
Any visible oil on engine and bay components under hood?

likely areas for oil leaks may include depending on model and make:
Oil pan gasket seal.
Oil pressure sending unit.
Oil filter installed dry or over tightened at your last oil change.
Oil drain plug loose or plug gasket needs replacing.
Valve cover gasket needs replacing.
Crank shaft seals need replacing.
Distributor seals need replacing.
RTV gasket sealer beyond expected life and need replacing for other engine components, inspection plates or covers.

Sep 21, 2009 | 2002 Mazda Miata

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I have a 2003 Z-71 that is leaking at the passenger side front axle. What is involved in replacing this seal? I have all tools needed, (spring compressor, ect). Should I replace the bushing when changing...


In most cases just replacing the seal will repair the leak. Check the seal surface on the axle hub to insure that the surface is not damaged and will damage the new seal.

Jul 19, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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