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Oil leak crankshaft seal, would like to replace both the seal & crank.

(1991 Toyota Tercel)
in Colorado Springs, CO on September 30, 2013
Appears very little space in removal of crankshaft, can this be done with moter in/out of car, or is their a an alternative metnod. Thanks for all info.
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on September 30, 2013
To replace the CRANKSHAFT, engine must be removed! To replace the REAR MAIN crankshaft SEAL, the transmission OR the engine must be removed! To replace the FRONT crankshaft SEAL, the front engine cover and timing componets must be removed!
of Greg's Orange Auto on October 01, 2013
AGREE WITH PUSHROD
on October 01, 2013
agree with globalhelper.
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