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You must remove the transmission from the truck and then remove the torque converter, the seal is right there and requires special tools to remove and install correctly.

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remove gear box and flywheel for starters if the rear seal is in a case then remove that case and fit new seal. If it is a lip seal the remove the old seal and check the crank shaft for a groove. IT is grooved use a "speedie" sleeve ( trade mark name) from a bearing /seal supplier and then fit the new seal using a quality seal fitting tool.

If the rear main seal is the old two piece seal/ felt seal then you will have to virtually remove the crank to do the job properly.

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Front or rear ?? It's quite easy, remove tail shaft, remove large nut on spline, pull spline out exposing the seal, pull old seal and fit new seal, replace spline and replace nut, only tighten where the old mark was, you will see it easy as identified by a dint in the nut edge, then replace the tail shaft, all should be good hope this helps.

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On driverside of engine, oil leaking out around where I call the back cam ( one closet to firewall) at end. I am talking about opposite end from timing belt on engine. If I removed cap ( w/two star screws...


That seal typically comes with a pack that includes all the cam bearing seals and the valve covers seals. It very easy to replace. Remove the valve cover and discard the old seal, remove the old cam shaft bearing cap seals. Replace the bearing cap seals and the valve cover seal and replace the cap and cover. Tighten the bolts to about 30 lbs and that should resolve the problem.

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The first thing you have to do is access the seal. That means removing the transmission, bellhousing, clutch or converter, and flywheel or flexplate. After that you have to determine if your seal is a one or two piece. If it's a one piece, the change is simple. Ply the old seal out. Be careful and take your time. You don't want to damage the sealing machined surface of the crankshaft. After the old seal is out, grease the sealing surface of the new seal. Install the seal evenly and slowly so as not to cause distortion.
If you have a two piece seal, you'll have to remove everything previously listed along with dropping the oil pan. Next you'll have to remove the rear mail bearing cap. From the cap remove one half of the seal. Be careful not to drop the cap or damage the bearing. Install the new half in the cap being sure that it is fully seated. If done properly you'll have excess seal sticking out at both ends. Trim them off and set the cap off to the side. Next you'll need a tool called a sneaky pete. Follow the instructions and remove the old seal that is still in the engine block. Install in reverse and trim as with the cap seal. Next, dab a light coat of silicone sealer on the ends that you trimmed on the cap and reinstall the cap to the proper torque.

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the procedure to remove them is here As for the seal you should be able to pry the old one out once you have removed the half shaft with a screwdriver or ask at your local parts store if they can rent/sell you a seal removal tool
hope this helps!

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If it's the front seal, You have to remove the yoke and pull old seal out and tap in a new one. If it's the cover seal, remove bolts, drain fluid, clean off old gasket, install new gasket with a film of sealant and re-install.

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