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How do i replace the rear main seal in a 1996 eagle talon

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Raise up the vehicle...support it with jackstands...remove the transmission...so you can expose the backside of the engine block......and....VIOLA!!! Then your rear main seal is staring you in the face....the rear main is the easy part....gettin the trans down takes a little grunt

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