Try seaking seal
The sunroof on a Chevy Cavalier can often be repaired by replacing the outer seal. This prevents rain from leaking into the vehicle and causing additional problems.
Replace the seal.
Heater core leaking? Windshield seal leaking? Door seal leaking? Evaporator drain plugged?
order a replacement seal from the dealers and fit, you can use silicon as a temp fix
You're best bet is to by a kit from ford. it will show you how to replace, and how to get at seal. not a hard job. just a few bolts to remove sun roof and seal. replacement is in reverse.
The pinion seal is shot. A mechanic can replace the seal and check for problems.
If it's the "front seal", meaning the seal on the input shaft, you'll have to separate the engine and trans. Pull one or both to get to the seal.
your main oil seal on the rear of engine is leaking or the timing cover seal is leaking,
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
NO... They are 2 different seals. If the transmission seal is leaking then the fluid color will be RED that's leaking. If the rear main seal is leaking then it will be oil leaking from the engine and it won't be red.
It would be from a seal.
The 1993 Ford Probe rear brake light lens cannot be removed. The tail light are a complete seal light. The light bulb's can be removed from the rear of the light assembly.
Passenger side? Could be heater core leaking? Bad seal at windshield? Door seal?
i think you can replace the seal by removing the rubber shift boot
Because your transmission has a seal that is leaking.
Engine seal? Valve cover gasket? Timing chain cover?
Depends which seal has gone, if its the seal inside, which is very hard to replece then use either capain tolleys creeping crack cure - it works!!! or marine sealant. If its the outer seal (the one which is arond the area where the sunroof seals down when closed, it can be done by purchasing another seal or again, marine sealant may work if you wnt to seal it shut.
you can try replacing the ruber seal but to be honest the best way is to silicon it shut so it doesnt open or leak! you can try replacing the ruber seal but to be honest the best way is to silicon it shut so it doesnt open or leak!
take it out of the top of the tank and replace it or seal the tank off and go with a aftermarket inline fitler
put Vaseline around seal .temporary seal look inarouns the edge ot the body on car withint the sun roof area, you should locate litle drain holes which ferry the water away shin a staightened out one into the hole
In my 20 plus years of working professionally on cars, and for Ford Motor Company, I have never heard of a "clutch gasket." I have absolutely no idea what you are asking about. But if you want to see some funny blank stares, you could go to the parts dept of your nearest Ford dealership and ask for a clutch gasket. Are you talking about a seal in the hydraulic clutch system? If so, then you don't need to worry about finding a seal, since hydraulic clutch componets are serviced as assemblies. In other words, if you have a leaking master cylinder, replace the master cylinder. If you have a leaking slave cylinder, replace that.
Whatever seal the fluid is coming out.
On the bottom of the tranny catch pan. You will have to remove the gasket seal with 12 screws then the filter is right there.
If black smoke is coming out of the exhaust of a 1986 Ford Ranger, it is likely burning oil. It's possible that a seal is leaking in the engine.