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Problem with the 8 pack seal on a 1991 mazda rx 7.

My 1991 mazda rx 7 has a leak on the 8 pack seal. this is causing the car to overheat. what are my options for repairing this problem?

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I think that you might mean your APEX seal and in order to replace that you should probly just get the motor freshened up which isnt rebuilding it so it wont be so expensive.

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