177,000 TOO MANY MILES
I have a 2000 discovery series2 with 177,000 miles heads done, water pump done starter done, however real main seal starting to leak how much will it cost me? do you think it's time to put her down?
How much is it leaking? Adding a liter of oil every month is not that large of an expense.
hey, that's a perfectly good buggy, ya got there...would devour that one up immediately in former parts of town back home because it's straight, never wrecked and not seen much off-road use, handled with kid gloves and not slammed around for fun...a responsible driver owned this---should be enough to make the sale in a hurry....if the things is all that!
how many googely-eyed wrench-heads with hydraulic presses, overhead cranes, lifts and booms to make quick work of this...here, you look bored, here's a dollar-....no joking aside this is a bit of a hasslin' job with a few seal extraction and placement assortment rings needed- not too much money, if you've got a guy who already is equipped to do seals, pay 'em off!
The rear oil seal itself would cost you around $15, but I'd buy a complete seal kit if I were you. It's a bit of a job to do but with the right tools it should cost you no more than a day or two in all if you do it yourself (or two days of pay for a mechanic plus the seal kit).
Is it one piece or two piece seal?
two piece? are you out-of-your mind?
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