Rear Main Seal Installation Tip
Repairing a rear main seal your customer's vehicle is a time-consuming, labor-intensive job. When installing the seal, you want to be assured that it will hold for many miles down the road. Join Master Technician Rich Kolb of Garage Gurus as he discusses the use of chemical sealants on rear main seals.
Rich cautions against the use of chemical sealants with rear main seals, citing many reasons why sealants can cause the seal to leak. He goes on to explain the best way to install these seals. Count on Garage Gurus to help you get your customer's vehicle repair done right.
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