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    Rear Oil Seal

    At some point in the near future I will have to get my oil seal replaced on my 60 Buick (401). Will the engine have to come out of the car???? Thanks

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    Re: Rear Oil Seal

    No. You have to disconnect the steering relay rod, the exhaust crossover pipe and drop the oil pan. It can be done.<BR>Scott
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    Re: Rear Oil Seal

    Buick amazes me with this motor.. I'm getting ready to do an overhaul on my 401 and have found out that i can do the ENTIRE engine rebuild with it still in the car!!! that is unless it needs machine work...

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