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My 1995 Plymouth Voyager is leaking oil from right side of motor.there's a pressure seal there.

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That is a main (crankshaft) seal. you"ll have to remove serpentine belt, pulleys and timing cover,pry seal out and tap new one in softly with a hammer and socket same diameter as out part of new seal, make sure it goes in straight and reassemble all the way took apart. should be good to go and hope this helps

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