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I know Toyota's not suzuki's so I'd like some input.
Samuria leaking oil at timing belt cover (bottom)
I'm thinking crankshaft oil seal.
To change it I need to remove the rad, fan, timing cover, and timing belt I guess.
Is there anthing else I need to do, other seals or gaskets needed?
How long should this take me?



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Has nobody done this before, no opions, or am I just not liked enough for a litle advise?


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I have. It's not that bad of a job, it's the same as doing your timing belt (which you should do while you got everything apart.) The only diffrence is that you have to pull the gear on the crank that runs your timing belt. The seal is like 13bucks from Suzuki, I had the number cross referenced but I don't have the number with me as I am up north going to school. Simple thing to do, Have Fun.

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I've done it on the 1.6L. I did my cam and crankseals(should do both while you have it open)and yes the belt. The only problem I had was the seal on the cover was so saturated with oil it swelled to the point I couldn't re-use it.
All in all, it's a fairlt easy job. If it's got the same timing belt tensioner setup as the 1.6, they say it's a good idea to change the tensioner too, Murphys law you know.
Parts are cheap enough, so do it all while it's apart.
 

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thankz


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