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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Yes, it's possible to change the seal after removing the balancer.
If the balancer shows signs of scratching, wear at the place of the seal, change that part too!
To remove the old seal, drill 2 small opposite holes in the seal flange ( there is metal in it ).
Screw 2 (parker) screws in the holes, so you can pull the seal out gently.
Grease the new seals' inner race, and put some sealant paste to the external race.
Push it back in place with a wooden piece ( drill a hole in the center for the crankshaft end )
Grease the outher race of the balancer. This will help the seal come gently into place.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
4.5qt for oil change
5.0qt for dry engine
Unless you have upgraded to a 5qt baffled oil pan then the above is the right measurement.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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