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87 5spd d/r trans seals

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#1 peacewize


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Posted 31 March 2014 - 07:25 PM

pretty much how it sounds, cant for the life of me find any part numbers for the seals. Need front input, front outputs and rear output seal numbers. Thanks for the help!

#2 silverback


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Posted 01 April 2014 - 02:20 PM

On the drivers side of the transaxle, close to the bell housing, is a label that identifies your equipment. A mirror and flashlight will help. There are several variants.  I am going to guess that the label reads "TW75F" blah blah blah. Pay no attention to the blah blah part.  You need the first 5 alphanumeric descriptors. Going on-line to Rock Auto, the transaxle section will show a good selection of seals for the different variants. O'reillys has a smaller selection. Do not be in a hurry. You may not find the common seals stocked in your area.


Feeling lucky?  For an input seal on a "TW75F", National Oil Seal # 222558.

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