How To Fix The Rear Main Engine Seal With Bar's Leak?

Answer Engine rear main seals and front seals wear out with age, become brittle and shrink. As a result, these rubber or fiber material seals allow oil to bypass them to the exterior of the engine. Rear a... Read More »

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How to Fix a Rear Main Seal Leak in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

Jeeps are notorious for losing their main seals after 100,000 miles, so it's a good idea to change yours out, even if it hasn't sprung the tell-tale leak yet. If your Jeep is showing symptoms of r... Read More »

How Do I Repair a Rear Main Seal Leak in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee 4.0-liter Inline 6?

A leaking rear main seal on a 1993 Jeep Cherokee can be replaced without removing vital engine components as the seal was designed to be replaced from underneath the Cherokee. The only major part o... Read More »

How to Fix an Oil Leak From the Main Seal?

Oil on the floor of a garage is a sign that there may be oil leaking from your vehicle. One of the main causes of an oil leak is a worn rear main seal no longer providing a proper seal. Depending u... Read More »

How to Seal an Engine Oil Leak?

In an automobile's engine, the gasket in between the vehicle's oil pan and engine block prevents the engine from leaking oil. After extensive use, however, this gasket can degrade and allow oil to ... Read More »