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> Type 4 rear main seal: which kind doesn't leak as much?
post Feb 11 2018, 04:59 PM
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Michael in Seattle

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I'm finding contradictory information online about which kind of rear main seal I should use when we go in to fix the oil leaks. VW, Sabo? We'll be swapping the transaxle anyway, and investigating the clutch slipping. Are there any new findings about which kind doesn't leak oil?

I guess this should be called "engine to flywheel" seal instead of "rear" since it would face the front on a VW bus.
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