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Crankshaft seal is leaking oil, to get this fixed is it a big job ?

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Yes, it is quite a job. The whole front of the motor has to be stripped to remove the crankshaft pulley, which means a whole lot of belts and covers have to come off and you will have to work through the right hand wheel well.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

  • sineadoreill Apr 13, 2011

    I was informed today that replacing the crankshaft seals and bearings will take roughly 40 hours, do you know if this is the case ?

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