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What is the cost to replace the rear main seal on a 3.0 98 plymouth voyager?

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I would say about $600.00 dollars, also alot of places wont warranty it because it may leak due to high mileage and worn crank, this is costly because the trany needs to be removed in order to do rear main seal. hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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Your looking at anywhere from 600 to 1200 dollars depending on the mechanic price better doing it your self for around 200 dollars

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