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4L60E Output Shaft Seal Leak

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    4L60E Output Shaft Seal Leak

    What am I getting into if I replace it myself?
    Any Special tools required?

    Thanx, Bob

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    it's an easy replacement. hammer, screwdriver, and 11mm (7/16") wrench is about all you'll need. support vehicle safely to get under car. remove the driveshaft with the 11mm wrench from the rear. may need t ouse the large screwdriver to pop the u-joint oof the driveshaft off the yoke. slide out of trans. use screwdriver to pry out the old seal. use hammer to tap in the new seal. slide driveshaft back in. reinstall on rear. done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23
    it's an easy replacement. hammer, screwdriver, and 11mm (7/16") wrench is about all you'll need. support vehicle safely to get under car. remove the driveshaft with the 11mm wrench from the rear. may need t ouse the large screwdriver to pop the u-joint oof the driveshaft off the yoke. slide out of trans. use screwdriver to pry out the old seal. use hammer to tap in the new seal. slide driveshaft back in. reinstall on rear. done.
    So nothing special, most like any output shaft seal that I've done over the years.

    Thanx for the help.

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    no problem.

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