Nedavno Jack pise:
| The sealing surface (and wear) that I was referring to is on the
| shaft boss of the damper that extends into the timing cover. There's
| no need to examine the oil seal itself. I do think it would be a
| good idea to replace the oil seal on your engine at this time as it's
| pretty easy to do after you have the damper off. Although I have
| never seen it written down, I have heard people recommend installing
| the new seal a little short of flush (.04-.08in) so that the new seal
| will be running on an unworn area of the sealing surface of the
Thank you. Now I have to find some good English technical dictionary to
try to understand what you are talking about (as you may guest, English
is not my native language).
It will probably be more clear to me when I remove the damper.
Than you again for your time and help.
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