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2002 Jeep Wrangler appears the rear of the oil pan gasket is leaking. How hard is it to change out and any tips/

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    2001 jeep wrangler something leaking inside back wheel is it the rear seal

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It is the oil pan gasket all you have to do is drop the oil pan clean the bottom of the engine block and the surface of the oil pan and install the oil pan again. a very simple process. Make sure that it is not the rear main crank seal that is leaking. If it is the rear main then you will have to remove the tranny to replace the rear main seal.

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