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    Iíll send a pic of the new one


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    punch a hole in it and pry it out with a screw driver
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    Seals with the o ring. The one in the motor likely has some corrosion and is a little stuck. I would gently work a screwdriver around between the housing and the rubber piece. Should be able to pop it out pretty easily
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Seals with the o ring. The one in the motor likely has some corrosion and is a little stuck. I would gently work a screwdriver around between the housing and the rubber piece. Should be able to pop it out pretty easily
    Be carefull doing dat Vet. We don't want to gouge/ scratch the alumni housing. Seal won't seal if u do dat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jig rig View Post
    Be carefull doing dat Vet. We don't want to gouge/ scratch the alumni housing. Seal won't seal if u do dat.
    That is why I had said gently. It is important to not gouge up the sealing surface
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    That is why I had said gently. It is important to not gouge up the sealing surface
    I wouldn't risk it. Maybe with a plastic trim tool.
    Never had a problem doing it this way.
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    Is oil going to come out once this seal is removed?


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    Oil level should be below that seal
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    Default Thermostat

    New thermostat is installed. Now on to the oil seal carrier.


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