How to Change a Mercruiser Front Seal?

Answer Mercruiser marine engines employ an impeller that circulates coolant when the engine is running. The impeller mounts on the end of the camshaft that passes through a seal in the timing cover. Front... Read More »

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How to Change the Front Tub Seal on a Kenmore Washer?

Every front-loading Sears Kenmore washer is equipped with a tub seal that keeps the area between the tub and the door watertight when the door is closed. If the tub seal is damaged or defective, th... Read More »

How to Change a Front Oil Seal on a 1989 Honda Accord?

The job of the front oil seal is to prevent oil from leaking out of the engine. Like most mechanical parts, the oil seal will eventually fail and must be replaced. The oil seal for a 1989 Honda Acc... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a MerCruiser 3.0?

As with any engine, MerCruiser boat engines require regular oil changes to continue functioning properly. Changing the oil in a 3.0-liter MerCruiser engine requires you to pump the old oil out of t... Read More »

How to Change Your MerCruiser Oil?

To ensure that your MerCruiser engine powers your boat sufficiently, it is important to change its oil every year or after 100 hours of use, whichever comes first. Changing your MerCruiser's oil re... Read More »