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.
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.
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
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
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
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
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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
differential pinion seal replacement, Jeep Wrangler TJ, DIY
A step by step guide to replacing the pinion seal on the front differential
of a 2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ.
You will need...
5/16" socket and ratchet
1 & 1/8" socket and impact gun
1/2" socket for cover bolts.
2 bottles of 80-90W gear lube
new pinion seal (I ordered mine from jeep4x4center dot com, pn 5072473AA
something to pry seal out
black RTV silicone
degreaser / cleaner
bunch of rags
razor blade scraper
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
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don't miss them.
Valve seal Replacement
Leaking valve seals cause your engine to smoke when you first start it up,
and then it usually runs the rest of the day with no smoke. Usually
replacing the valve seals will fix the problem. Here's how to do it. Of
course other engines may vary to some degree but the basics are the same.
SUPER CLEAN JEEP XJ ROCK CRAWLER
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Got to check out this really nice XJ today at the Shamrock run at Morris
Mountain off road park. I always enjoy watching the full bodied rigs hang
with the buggies. Not only does this guy keep his jeep super clean but he
isn't scared to hit the trails and give it a beating.
How To Solve An Engine Overheat Condition - EricTheCarGuy
How To Solve An Engine Overheat Condition - EricTheCarGuy
I actually had fun putting this one together for you since the car I was
working on didn't cooperate it made it so I could show you real world
problems as they happened, very cool. I think this one is pretty self
explanatory so I will save a long explanation. In case you missed the link
to the "Bleeding a Cooling System" here is a link for you
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