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crazybushcreature
01-18-2014, 09:02 AM
my rear main seal is leaking pretty good. Making a good mess. how much would it cost to replace this and how hard of a job is it?

4skin
01-18-2014, 11:12 AM
It's not a bad job once the trans and clutch flywheel etc
Are out of the way and shouldn't be more than 40 bucks in parts

deer laredo
02-06-2014, 02:48 PM
Yup wat he sayed, trans has to come out

crazybushcreature
02-06-2014, 04:33 PM
now for someone experienced (not me) lol how long to take the trans out

toyon35s
02-06-2014, 05:55 PM
35-40 mins, it's only 16 bolts to take it out

Cheese eyes
02-06-2014, 07:42 PM
35-40 mins, it's only 16 bolts to take it out



pffft ya what he said ....get him to do it


89-95 pickup or 4runner
according to my labor book its 6.9 hr for manual and 7.6 hr for auto


40 minutes pffffft


its not a hard job if you are experienced

BC_4RUNNER
02-06-2014, 08:12 PM
pffft ya what he said ....get him to do it


89-95 pickup or 4runner
according to my labor book its 6.9 hr for manual and 7.6 hr for auto


40 minutes pffffft


its not a hard job if you are experienced

Yeah its 45 minutes for most of the tranny bolts but its that one that will take almost 45 minutes on its own to get out that will bite you. (and you toyota guys know which one I'm talking about) Oh and don't forget about the ones that may snap and will need removal.

Sure 45 minutes though:dontknow:

hoser
02-06-2014, 08:20 PM
Im guessing i could have it out in under 2hrs..

Back when i had a 3.0L in my truck i could have it out in under 45 min:D

crazybushcreature
02-06-2014, 08:40 PM
if someone here was able to do it how much would ya charge me?

toyon35s
02-07-2014, 01:06 AM
According to the manual it says 4-6hours for taking apart a solid front axle also, once you've done it once or twice it's no time at all ,take the drive shaft bolts all off, unbolt the tranny mount from frame and lower the tranny/case down and it makes for way easier access to the tranny bolts , takes no time at all, if you try and take the bolts out while tranny mount is still bolted up then ya it's a bitch , there's always an easy way if you look for it [cheers]

BC_4RUNNER
02-07-2014, 01:42 AM
According to the manual it says 4-6hours for taking apart a solid front axle also, once you've done it once or twice it's no time at all ,take the drive shaft bolts all off, unbolt the tranny mount from frame and lower the tranny/case down and it makes for way easier access to the tranny bolts , takes no time at all, if you try and take the bolts out while tranny mount is still bolted up then ya it's a bitch , there's always an easy way if you look for it [cheers]


True[cheers]

BC_4RUNNER
02-07-2014, 01:45 AM
Im guessing i could have it out in under 2hrs..

Back when i had a 3.0L in my truck i could have it out in under 45 min:D

What was it, five swaps in three months or something? I remember taking my front end apart 4 times in one week. That was down to a very quick process by the end