|09-04-2017, 10:22 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2017
2002 Saturn SL1 Quill Seal Removal
I'm really happy that this forum is still alive. It shows that i'm not alone in this universe sticking with my saturn.
My clutch developed hot spots. As I work on my clutch. I notice fresh looking oil residue in the bell housing. I suspect my quill seal is leaking. I disassembly my transmission and remove the bell housing.
I read that removing the quill seal is risky as there were cases of cracking it.
Should I bang on it or press it out?
I plan to bang on it after heating the housing. Do you think it will work?
I appreciate if you have any experiences on how to do it or what not to do?
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