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Jeep 4.0 Rear Main Seal Part 1

Just showing some basics of what's involved in changing the rear main seal on a Jeep 4.0 motor. I am in no way a pro, and I'm sure there are 100 guys who can do this 100x's better than me, but this is what I did.


 


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Jeep 4.0 Rear Main Seal Part 2
Just showing some basics of what's involved in changing the rear main seal on a Jeep 4.0 motor. Part 2 is where I show a neat tip for installing the new upper seal. I am in no way a pro, and I'm sure there are 100 guys who can do this 100x's better than me, but this is what I did.





Jeep rear main oil seal and oil pan gasket
1994 Jeep Wrangler rear main oil seal and oil pan seal. We give you a step by step look at how we replace them. We are not certified mechanics.





Changing the rear main seal. Final
Here we show you how to get the upper and lower rear seal out now that the bearing is off.





Rear Differential Pinion Seal Replacement
This is a video I made while replacing the rear differential pinion seal on a GMC truck. I did this one without removing the rear diff cover, but you can do it either way.





Fix It Right! - Differential Service
Fix It Right! - Differential Service (S1E1) Demonstrated on a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD. In this video, we demonstrate how to perform an oft-forgotten but important maintenance procedure: servicing a vehicle's differentials. Most vehicle manufacturers suggest that this process be performed on regular intervals - usually 15,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first - and often after certain events such as towing. Both removable-cover and drain-and-fill differential styles are covered, and the instructions here also cover transfer cases on 4WD vehicles as these are generally serviced via drain-and-fill. Be sure to check your vehicle's owner's manual for specifics for your vehicle, such as how often to perform this service and what fluids/oils to use. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please read the disclaimer text at the start of the video before attempting anything shown therein. Take your time, take care, and be safe! About the "Fix It Right!" video series: "Fix It Right!" is a series of how-to videos intended to give do-it-yourselfers basic instructions on proper vehicle repair and maintenance. All of our videos show real repairs being performed on real vehicles by real technicians in a real auto shop. (Repairs are filmed and shown with the permission of the vehicles' owners.) Although there may be more than one way to perform any particular repair (and in many cases there are lots of ways!) we try to focus on the methods that will be safest and most expedient for DIYers with limited access to tooling and equipment. We will also occasionally be showing repair processes that are too complex or dangerous for DIY, or require specialized tooling, expertise, equipment, and/or certifications. Those episodes will highlight the importance of hiring a professional auto technician for tasks that are not DIY-friendly, and demonstrate why such tasks are best left to professionals. Please click "like" on this video, as it encourages us to make more! If you find this video helpful, we'd also appreciate it if you "favorite" it as well. And, as always, subscribe to our channel for the latest news and information on upcoming videos.





89 Cherokee Rear Main Seal Replacment
1989 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer 6cyl 4.0 4X4 Link to the Tutorial I used: http://youtu.be/f5o5sZbCEsw When I got the jeep the previous owner said there might have been an oil leak from the rear main seal or oil pan. I didn't notice anything but I was doing a good part of a full engine rebuild and I know how prone these are to failing so I figured I'd give it a whack. A lot of whacks to be precise. For removal, you're going to want a dedicated punch, a nice hammer, and the strength to not want to set it all on fire afterwards. I also used a pick and slid that between the seal and the block to try and break some of the seal loose. It seemed to work. Just keep hitting it, It moves eventually, just depends on how long you stay at it. Take frequent breaks. When Installing, you want to really soap up the crank area and take it real slow with the seal. If you find that it takes a lot of force then stop and look at where the seal meets the outer edge of the engine. Make sure you don't skin the seal forcing it in too hard. You'll have to start over with a new seal and that isn't fun. Once it slides in most of the way, you can try use the punch to gently knock it in the rest of the way. The bottom half is much easier in comparison. Rtv on the side tabs, then torque it down to 80ft-lbs and add sealant to the chamfered edges as well. The end. Parts used: Fel-Pro Rear Main Seal - $14.99





modified jeep cherokee snorkels very deep water and floats Jake's Place
Check out my other jeep videos and rate thumbs up if you like to 4x4. My 87 jeep cherokee. I'm playing around in my pond. It is at least 7ft at the deep end. When you get in too deep, the whole jeep floats. Good times. Private property. No pollution. If there was, an oil sheen would form on my pond, and I never got one. Steam from leaky muffler, lets water into Exhaust, then it burns off update. Lots more water play caused starter to go out. As soon as I get my ass down to pull n save, I'll do it again. Snow is melting, pond is filling up. Mods include: Snorkel, cpu relocated and sealed, relays relocated, all diff, trans, and t case vents were extended to the roof. Extended Exhaust to roof. new sealed shifter boot. Sealed tub and firewall. Sealed all water entry points to engine. Sealed distributer with lots of silicone, and multiple tries.. Extended dist vent tube. Many tubes of silicone





How-To: replace a rear transfer case output shaft seal on a jeep NP231 or NP242
this is a how-to video on replacing an output shaft seal on a transfer case model NP231. this also applies to the NP 242 and most other New process or new venture tansfer case. this is for jeep Cherokees, grand Cherokees, wranglers, comanche. etc. if you have any questions about this video please feel free to email me itsthejeepdoctor@gmail.com. thanks for your views! and please see my other videos





Fixing Oil Seal Leaks Fast.
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how you can fix leaking oil seals by using a little bottle of sealer. And, If you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VognjkYaMjg&list=UUuxpxCCevIlF-k-K5YU8XPA&f eature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so don't miss them.





1997 Jeep 4.0 Distributor Oil Leak Pt.1
-Please Rate, Comment, Subscribe- Well the jeep was leaking oil big time. and it seemed to be coming from around the distributor so we went ahead and changed the gasket. Then we messed up the timing and had to start all over. Then it still leaked like crazy so watch pt.2





Rear Diff Fluid Change
MOABJEEPER Magazine demonstrates a differential fluid change on one of our Jeeps. This simple procedure can save you quite a few bucks in possible costly repairs from neglect.





Rear Wheel Bearing Repair on Jeep Cherokee Part 2
Wheel Bearing replacement on a 1992 Jeep Cherokee with Chrysler 8.25 rear.





VIDEO: How to Install Bar's Leaks Rear Main Seal Repair (p/n 1040)
Here's a quick video tutorial on how to install our tried-and-true Bar's Leaks Rear Main Seal Repair Concentrate (p/n 1040). This product is designed to stop all oil leaks and repair & rejuvenate worn and dried seals. It is compatible with all motor oils, including synthetic and high-mileage formulas. In addition to rear main seal leaks, it is very effective for leaks involving the timing cover seal, cam seals, o-rings and other gaskets. If you have any questions about this product, contact us at 800-345-6572 x204 (ask for Fred) or drop us an email at 'support @barsproducts.com'. Thanks for watching!





How to Install a Ford 302 Rear Main Seal and Sleeve
Family owned and operated for over 40 years with over 75,000 satisfied customers. Rated #1 Click on blue link http://www.enginefactory.com/letters.htm How to install a Ford 302 1 piece rear main seal and a crankshaft repair sleeve. If interested in a Sleeve, Tool, and Seal Kit for your engine please email info@enginefactory.com Produced by enginefactory.com Worlds leader in turn key muscle car engines.





Replacing a Differential (rear end) Seal
Replacing a differential seal has to be done right, else the bearings and gears can be damaged. And after the seal is replaced, it's a good idea to investigate the reason it failed.





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