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Old 10-06-2003, 10:05 AM   #1
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Does anyone know how to replace the nose seal on the pulley? My car being a 93, I am assuming that I can pull off the pulley and replace the nose seal without removing the charger from the car. It is leaking oil.

Part number for the seal that is needed would very much help.

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Any thoughts, guys? It'* not an urgent situation, but I would rather fix it before it becomes a problem (plus my driveway is starting to look really bad )

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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...t=bearing+seal

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You will need a puller to remove the pulley,I used a 3 jaw puller just use slow even pressure an it should slide off.the seal,behind the pulley is held in by a wire retainer,remove it.remove the seal using a small screwdriver or pick with a bent tip.The shaft will then have to be pressed out of the bearings.Take it to a automotive machine shop to have this done,and have them put the new bearings in.I did this 2 weeks ago and my concern ti with the new seal being a Viton 2 lip seal instead of the 2 lip teflon seal from Eaton (OEM).But so far I have had no leakage.These are the part numbers for the m-62 Bearing: 1 - 6204.C3 Bearing; 1 - 6203.C3
Seal, 1 - 7965 CR.Be sure and apply some grease to the lips of the new seal.
Is your */c knocking at idle? You might need a ZZ coupler also.
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Thanks, Will. I will try to find out where I can get that seal.
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I have heard of people using some kind of liquid gasket would that work
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The liquid gasket (red) is purchased from the dealer. They have the right stuff for cheap. It'* used on the nosedrive AND gear housing mating surfaces. To be more specific, it'* used between the nosedrive and gear housing, and between the gear housing and rotor housing.

See my post with all the pics for more details. You'll see the tube in my 'shopping list'.
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