Replacing crankshaft seal

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steve747
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Replacing crankshaft seal

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Hi
All of a sudden i have got a leak from the timing side crankshaft pulley oil seal..
Is it as easy as removing auxilary belt , and remove cambelt , also remove crankshaft pulley.
Stab the crankshaft oil seal and replace? ..
I have replaced the cambelt ,water pump and head gasket a few weeks ago..
so im hoping the leak is not from the gasket...

Regards
Steve
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Capncol
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Re: Replacing crankshaft seal

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Yes that's pretty much it
Cheers Col.


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Re: Replacing crankshaft seal

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Rather than stab it, drill a tiny hole in it first then screw in a self tapper, the screw will hit metal and push the seal out easily for you.
2003 03'reg Peugeot 206cc 1997cc Manual

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