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Rear Main Oil Seal

Rear Main Oil Seal on 2000 Silverado LS

Rear Main Oil Seal

Postby mallen [OP] » Oct 12 2010, 12:12am

Can anybody tell me if it is possible to change the rear main oil seal without pulling the engine on a 2000 Silverado LS ? (V8 325c.i.)
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Re: Rear Main Oil Seal

Postby TT1500CMRACING » Oct 12 2010, 1:36am

its easy just pull the trans and flywheel. pull the old seal out with a screwdriver then put the new one in. get an acdelco one it comes with a little plastic sleeve that helps u put it on without folding over the lip.
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Re: Rear Main Oil Seal

Postby katjar503 » Oct 12 2010, 2:38am

I do them all the time pull the trans is the way to go. Put the seal in dry so it dont leak.
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