How to Change a Rear Oil Seal on a Ford Inline 6 4.9L?

Answer The Ford straight 6-cylinder 4.9-liter engine utilizes a one-piece rear main seal surrounded by a seal cover. To remove these seals, the transmission must be removed to gain access to the seal. One... Read More »

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How to Change a Pinion Seal in a Ford 9-inch Rear End?

The 9-inch Ford rear axle is the most popular and most modified axle of all time. You will find 9-inch rear axles in all types of vehicles, even Chevys. The Ford 9-inch rear axle is the strongest 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 Replace a Ford Rear End Seal?

There are two seals commonly referred to as rear end seals in the Ford rear differential, the pinion seal and the differential cover seal. Each of these seals will most likely fail at some point in... Read More »

How to Remove a 1972 Ford 302 Rear Seal?

The 1972 Ford 302 V-8 engine was fitted with a seal that fits around the back of the crankshaft. When this seal fails, oil will leak out of the back of the engine. Unfortunately, a defective seal m... Read More »