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Oil leak at rear main oil seal 2002 chrysler sebring. it's leaking oil

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To stop the leak it will have to be replaced and a speedy sleave will have to be insalled on the crank surface this is not a little job and should be taken to a shop to fix. The transmisson has to be unhooked and backed away to work on it. For a shop to do it it's about 6 hours work Guessing cause don't know if it's 4 or v-6. Good luuck, If the seal fails all the way it can pour oil out fast enough to damage the engine if you let it go.

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