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1G Transmission output shaft SEAL

Posted by Adrian97, Feb 13, 2019 at 8:51 PM

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  1. Adrian97

    Adrian97 Proven Member

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    Hey Guys!
    I will take off transmission soon to mount new Clutch and I also want to change Output shaft seal
    this one ( and others axle seals) Screenshot_20190213-035131_YouTube.jpg
    Can i take off the seal with screwdriver and just put new seal back ? or I need to take off whole output shaft ? do I have to lubricate new seal ?
     

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  2. UKNOWHO

    UKNOWHO Proven Member

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    Change like any other seal, a light coating of grease on new seal and shaft .
     
  3. DSMPT

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    You can do that but just be very careful not to damage the shaft and/or the housing. That seal is not that hard to remove, so if you use a hook pick or a small pry type tool would be nicer and easier.
     

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  4. Adrian97

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    Thanks :)
     
  5. Adrian97

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    Do i need any special grease or WD-40 will be okay ?
     
  6. DSMPT

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    Do not use WD40. WD40 is not lubricant. Just apply some multipurpose grease to the seal lip where contact the shaft is fine.
     

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