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1. Pull it.

2. A sealant is unlikely to help here. You likely have a leak on the shaft, not on the case itself. Check the case for ovality, if you squeeze the seal to make it oval when it is installed it WILL leak (trust me I know). Make sure the shaft does not have any wear in the old seal area. If it does look at speedi-sleeves, moving your seal slightly forward, or go to the undersized seal.

3. You should also use Curil-T on all the paper gaskets before you instal them. Sorry, but if you have leaks on paper gaskets now it is too late.

4. Hope it is not this....

Rear Main Seal Hell
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