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Oil pump seal blown out two times got any ideas , crank vent good

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Check crankshaft end play it is possible it has excessive play causing seal to push out of place, if this is the case recommend you to replace short block will be chipper and less problem and time than replacing crankshaft and oil pump with bearings main and connecting rods.

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