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rspi wrote:If it's leaking, you likely need to change it. If it's not leaking, leave it alone.
rspi wrote:Again, if it's not leaking, leave it alone. The timing belt is a 2 hour job, don't turn it into a 5 hour job messing with a seal that's not leaking. You would have to remove the crank, likely the starter, which would include the manifold, get the picture? You can do those seals and get t-boned next week. Don't fix what aint broke.
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