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Old 09-04-2017, 10:22 AM   #1
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Default 2002 Saturn SL1 Quill Seal Removal

Hello All:

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.

Question 1.

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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