After waiting and gambling on the life of my timing belt I finally had it replaced today. It had also started to leak oil out of the oil pump seal so bad I couldn't drive it. The car has 194,000 miles but still runs good, the compression is between 206 and 210 on all 4 cylinders.
The oil seal probably wore out due to the fact that the car sat in storage for 1 year and was only started a couple times in that span.
I bit the bullet and had the timing belt, tensioners, water pump, crank seal, cam seal, oil pump seal and gasket replaced and it stopped the leak and ran fine.
But now the oil is pouring out of the rear seal as bad as the front seal was before.
My question is could the rear seal have been cracked or moved enough to start leaking from putting on the crank seal on the front side of the crank?