How To Fix & Replace Jeep Rear Main Seal and Oil Pan Gasket Leak

How To Fix & Replace Jeep Rear Main Seal and Oil Pan Gasket Leak

In this video I show you how to fix a leaky oil pan gasket and rear main seal. This works are several of the Jeep 4.0L in line 6 cylinder engines. You should typical replace the rear main seal every 40,000 miles.



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adikxx83 says:

You destroyed the top seal hammering it and shaving bits of rubber from it

Yahweh 1x says:

I'm about to do this, I'm wondering if freezing the seal would help it install a bit easier?

EvilTuna says:

How long did it take you to complete this?

Scott Stevenson says:

It looked like when you installed the half in the block it shaved some of the gasket off, is that true? And did it hold up ok?

Megan says:

You're using RTV in all the wrong places, sadly.

Eric Bauer says:

What are you using to clean the rear main seal parts?

Ps. Thanks, great video.

Troy Cox says:

Great Video, thanks for the help.

Mike Boston says:

what vehicle are you working on? duhhhhhh

Eric Lee says:

Didn't remove starter or manifold pipe
Yours must be lifted on 3" lift or something

Shivam Patel says:

hey man, first time jeep owner, actually only have owned it for about 14 hours when writing this.
oil is dripping 2-3 drops from the same place
your video is exactly what i needed, so thank you

Project Dan H says:

Great job man! The RMS in my 01 XJ didn't have thosd little ears either. Props for doing that job with the front end in your way. I did mine before installing a lift so I had the front axle completely off the jeep out of the way. Keep up the good work!

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