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Pilot bearing seal

(1990 Dodge Dakota)
in Knoxville, TN on March 16, 2010
i am changing my motor in my dakota but the only used motor i could find was in an a truck that was automatic and i was wondering if anyone knew how to get the pilot bearing seal out? not the pilot bushing
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on March 16, 2010
Don't you need to install a pilot bearing/bushing into the crankshaft of the auto-trans engine, you just need to install a new bearing or bushing into the crank then bolt the flywheel on, but make sure the bearing or bushing fits the input shaft of the transmission before installation
on March 20, 2014
I was just wondering where you found a Dakota 2.5 engine coupled to an automatic transmission. I was unaware of that combination ever being available.
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