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1989 Toyota PickUp Truck V6 4x4 Any sealants or caulking type seals to put around very bad leak around the transfer case and the rear main seal?

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    JG1977 Jul 27, 2009

    i know theres no other "solution" than to replace, but wont any sealant buy me a little time?

  • JG1977
    JG1977 Jul 28, 2009

    hey, i didnt leave any negative rating. I was asked if the problem was 'solved", and there is no place for text...they ask me a yes or no question. has nothing to do with your response...

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There is no way to fix a rear main leak except to replace it, sorry but if there was a way to jerry rig this every tech would use it.

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    yadayada Jul 27, 2009

    thanks allot for the rating, I have been a tech for 40 years there is no fix for this but a new seal, sorry you don't like my answer but was honest, do this for free on my own free time,don't have to just want to help.

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