Question about 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
THE rear main seal is in the back of engine so either remove engine or gear box and then take off the Flywheel and its behind it and you can dig it out and obtain another one the same number and refit by lub the inner lip (the bit that runs on the crankshaft) and put it on the crankshaft first and make sure the lip is on all around before tapping slowly in (use a metal sleve the same size as seal) to knock in slowly till flush with block ,,then refit eng or box,,,, Done..
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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