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I have a leaking front trans. seal so i thought sense i was in there i should replace rear oil seal on the motor

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If not leaking do not touch my best addvise
new sel might leak causing you to rework soon after
if its leeking by all means time to do
you decided

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Good thinkin--always do more to save time and money--buy a haynes rebuild book

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