Question about Plymouth Voyager
If you were to remove the crankshaft from the engine you would pretty much be doing a complete overhaul. most rear seals are replaced without even dropping the oil pan. you will need to remove the transmission and flywheel for a standard or flexplate for an automatic and the seal should be right in front of you
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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