Extension housing seal problem

Asked by Nov 16, 2014 at 10:14 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Its off of a 1995 gmc sierra automatic. I. Cannot get the
seal out and I do not have a seal puller what can I do?

1 Answer


If you look closely at the seal you will see a small hole in the metal, get a small screw and twist it in through that little hole when the screw hits the shoulder behind the seal it will start to come out, or you get a small cold chisel and lightly tap it between the housing and the seal flange until you can get a larger screwdriver in behind the flange then pry it out. HTH

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