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Put in a good used 700r4 with new seal, blew out the new seal 1550 kms. does a person have to glue it in.

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No,if it fit in tight then there is another problem,did the whole seal come out,or is it just pouring?If it is just pouring,make sure they gave you the correct seal.If the converter went in,and knocked the spring out of the seal,then this could be the problem also.

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