[DML] output shaft seal leak - final solution?
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[DML] output shaft seal leak - final solution?

Hi Group,

The driver's side seal on my manual trans is leaking.? So far, I?replaced the yoke?with one of Grady's reconditioned and sleeved yokes and replaced the seal with anerobic sealant around the casing and on the new seal.? It is still leaking... it seems to leave a couple drops every time I park, but it does not appear to leak and make a mess while driving.? It is getting really annoying and I would like to fix this 'once and for all'.? So, what is the final solution??? If I recall, there is a small scratch in the casing where a seal puller slipped during my first replacement.? Is is possible to sand the area down slightly to remove any ridge, and then wipe some JB Weld or something with my finger into the scratch?? It is not deep, but that is the only thing I did not address last time I replaced the seal (this will be my third replacement).



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