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How to replace a pitman arm seal on a lincoln town car signature series

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I have not had much luck replacing seals on those.. the pitman shaft gets a score line in it and starts leaking even with a new seal in a short time. Try finding a used steering box for it and check for signs of a leak before you put it on.. You will save yourself some frustration in the long run.

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