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On a 1995 toyota 4Runner the cranshaft seal i replaced but it's still leaking what is the problem?

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The only way a new seal would leak is if its improperly installed, damaged, or excessive build up within the seal seats. Check for leaks around the seal area, or from the upper parts of the engine, that may be running downward!!

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