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Re: 4000 quattro-replacing cam and crank seals (was replacing belts and hoses)
I replaced the cam and front crank (oil pump) seal on my MC I5 motor
without the special tools. The cam seal popped out with a screwdriver and
took about 15 minute to replace. The crank seal was painfully cut with a
needle file and pulled out with a special hook I made out of a 4" nail - it
took two hours. Some listers have popped this one out with a screwdriver,
but mine was in there solid!
'91 200q 262k km
From: Chuck Schott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Bob <email@example.com>; Phil Payne <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Orin
Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 1998 2:07 PM
Subject: 4000 quattro-replacing cam and crank seals (was replacing belts and
>Thanks for all the advice on the timing belt replacement but ... of course
>that leads to one more question.
>Can cam and crank seals be replaced without the following special tools
> oil seal extractor 2085
> sleeve and press 10-203
> seal remover 2086
> sleeve and press 2080A
>If so, how?