2004 Hyundai Elantra Q&A
2004 Hyundai Elantra Question: Front Crankshaft seal
If you have to ask, then it may not be for you. This will more than likely require a crank pulley removing tool, and if your engine has a timing belt, you will need to replace that as well, because it will be oil soaked and ruined. So that means doing a timing belt replacement. None of the above are as easy as say a brake job. here are some shops: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=27302&car_brand_names=Hyundai - dandd
DEALER STATES CRANKSAFT HAS EXCESSIVE END PLAY, THRUST BEARING & CRANKSHAFT DAMAGED. ENGINE IS NOT WORTH REPAIRING. VEHICLE IS OUT OF WARRANY OVER 100,000 MI. IS THIS COMMON?
front crankshaft seal blew out of nowhere. they put a new one in and that one blew immediately. what could be caus...
I recently had the alternator replaced and was informed that the front engine seal has a leak in it. How extensive is this to repair and approximately how much money am I looking at?
My Hyundai has popped 2 crank shaft seals in 4 weeks does anyone know what the problem could be. The car has only done 48000km.
I bought the car used with approx.37000 miles clean no dents . I had the car a year drove to my sisters house in penn.,I live in r.i. for the holidays on the way home without warning, no noise noth...