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But also a special kit thats neccesary if it had its working hours and was leaking in the front .
Not only a seal and o-rings to change is not enough
1 special kit BOSCH 1 617 000 430 if all parts are replaced don,t forget also to change the O-ring 1 617 000 430 on the right place see first how its fitted its included in the kit with seals but remarkable the oil is not allways in the kit
1. Electronically Erasibale Programmable Read Only Memory Programer 840 pounds minimum for a decent one. 2. Digitally Controlled Interfered Re-Work Station 3740 pounds 3. Computer Aided Design Software 1000 pounds + 4. Computer Aided Manufacture Software 1000 pounds + 5. Specialist Micro Electronics Tools 130 pounds 6. Specialist Digital Systems Tool Kit 322 pounds
You need to first remove 3 IC controllers from the motherboard using the Re-Work station, than insert them in to the EEPROM Programer and reprogram them using the software that cam with it. DO NOT touch these IC's as 1 spec of dust on a pin and they will never work again unless you have Concentrated Sulfuric Acid and Acetone which you you can mix for 12hours in a sealed high pressure chamber with argon (I doubt), or you could spend 4000 pounds sending the IC's off to be cleaned (not likely when you can buy them for 16 pound.
There are seal drives . you might be able to get one at your local parts store . they may loan or rent this type of tool to you . Just ask them when you buy the seal or the gasket kit .Now to replace the seal you will need to remove the transmission to gain access to the rear main seal
This is usually a sign that the hammer is slightly bent or the o-ring seal is going bad. You have to replace the hammer. If replacing the hammer doesn't work, the barrel it rides in is out of round and will need replaced. These pull out hard and you need allot of grease and patience to get them back in square to keep the seals intact.
It soulds like either the striker is stuck or the ram. Unless you are mechanically inclined I would recommend taking to a repair shop. If you are give me the exact model number and I will see if they make a repair kit and get you a schematic for this tool before you start dissassembly.
The grease in the upper drive area used to be a purple looking grease and the grease in the barrel was a different color and weight. If you ordered the rebuild kit with the O rings and bolts I would use it in the barrel (light film coat on the parts )
Just to make sure they are a sealed hub and bearings...remove the brakes and rotor and on the back side of the hub there is four bolts remove them, remove outer nut on CV shaft, then pull hub from housing. clean hub seating area then reinstall.
Was thinking that's what i did on mine, just becareful when you place the ABS sensor back. line it up so you don't have to take the wheel back off. Good luck and hope this helps
You can use a 3 pound hammer to take it apart or you can send it in for service. The watch will need new reseals once it is opened in order to keep it water proof. Send it in for service, evern if it is just in need of a new battery.