Question about 1978 Chevrolet C1500
Pull the driveahaft, pry out yhe old seal wit a flat blade screwdrever, clen up the seal bore of any burs and on the new seal put some #2 permatex on the outer surfave that gores in the seal bore and tap it in evenly, side to side. Try not to **** it or drive it to much at once, The deal goes in with the lip or spring side towards the oil, or sring side in trans. Smooth side out. Good Luck- Ned_
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks man! The seal was inserted flat flange inside spring facing outward. was not certain about it being put in right. Oil still spills out though."
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