Mazda 2: Front Oil Seal

FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the drive belt. (See DRIVE BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

  1. Crankshaft pulley lock bolt
  2. Crankshaft pulley
  3. Front oil seal

Crankshaft Pulley Lock Bolt Removal Note

CAUTION:

1. Fix the crankshaft pulley using the SSTs, and remove the crankshaft pulley lock bolt.

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

Front Oil Seal Removal Note

1. Remove the oil seal lip using a cutting knife.

2. Remove the oil seal using a flathead screwdriver with the tip protected by a rag to prevent crankshaft oil seal damage.

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

Front Oil Seal Installation Note

1. Apply clean engine oil to the new front oil seal.

2. Insert the front oil seal into the engine front cover by hand.

3. Tap the front oil seal in using the SST and a hammer.

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

Pushing distance of the front oil seal (from the edge of the engine front cover)

Crankshaft Pulley Lock Bolt Installation Note

CAUTION:

1. Fix the crankshaft pulley using the SSTs, and tighten the crankshaft pulley installation bolt.

Mazda 2. FRONT OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

Tightening torque

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