what seals are u trying to change if it is the front seal behind the torque converter you have to pull the trans and the TQ if its the front pump seal you must pull trans, tq and front pump to replace out put shaft seal you have to pull the driveline buy a repair manual that will help and ask for some help maybe some one with some auto trans experience good luck
i want too change the seal on the shifter side of a 350 Chevy trans
There are several seals in that transmission, need to know which one.
There are numerous seals in and outside the transmission.There are numerous seals in and outside the transmission.
The process of changing the transmission seals will depend on where the seals are located. Some of the Cavalier seals are changed easily, while some may require the transmission to be removed.
The solenoids are attached to the valve body inside the transmission. They rarely fail. Most probably, you have either clutches that have worn out, or internal seals are leaking. Change the fluid and filter, and if that doesn't help, find a trustworthy shop to rebuild your transmission.
Transmission seals? front yes, rear no. Engine seals, yes.
get the seals checked out around the transfer case and tranny
It usually means that the internal seals and the valve body parts are getting worn and stiff. You might be able to get a little more life from the transmission by adding transmission conditioner to the fluid. Try something like "Trans-X", but understand that whatever you do, the transmission is about ready to leave you stranded.
Well there are many possibilities... Perhaps the transmission seals have become worn, and caused fluid to leak out; resulting in transmission failure. There are really so many possibilities, you're best advised to get the assistance of a professional transmission repair expert for an accurate diagnostic evaluation. But be careful...They can be "Shifty!"
You don't. These newer 4Runners do not require you to change the transmission fluid and if you need to at all it would only be because of leakage (bad seals) or overheating the transmission with heavy loads.
need to replace transmission seals
Too much transmission fluid in the transmission can cause the transmission seals to leak. The transmission builds up pressure when going down the road. The added pressure can blow up they seals.
There are many transmission seals. Front/Rear and pan seal are some. There are also internal seals.
how to replace the rear seals on a 1991 Chevy S-10 pick-up truck
It can cost upwards of 200.00 dollars to replace the transmission seals in a 96 Honda Accord as of 2014. The exact price depends on the seals you purchase.
NEED MORE INFO : WHAT SEAL? It has alot of different seals. Please ask your question again. Thank you.
Yes. If you are going to remove the transmission to rebuild it, you may as well go ahead and replace the torque converter.. not to mention all the seals anywhere near that area.
That is because the seals that are in the transmission are hard when the trans. is cool and as the transmission fluid heats up the seals soften up and expand which stops the fluid from leaking past the seals and the trans, acts normal. IT is time for a rebuild.
Honda Automatic transmissions use an internal filter that is designed for the life of the transmission. It is extremely rare that one would have to be changed. Also do not do a power flush on a Honda transmission as it will ruin the internal seals.
You can purchase a kit at most auto parts stores that includes an air fitting and a compression tool to remove the locks and change the seals.
Yes. It will destroy the seals.
Yes. Check with your local auto parts store for the necessary tools.
Bad seal or seals. Can be the pan seal or the main shaft seals. Possibly even loose pan bolts. Tighten them to 20 lb/ft torque. A can of Trans X or Seafoam Trans Tune may help.
Replace the gasket on the transmission pan and insect the seals on the transmission where your driveshafts come out
Rear main engine seal or front transmission seals
cut seals and gently remove