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Transmision Input Shaft Seal

I did another mistake not taking enough pictures and now I do not remember the correct orientation of the 901 input shaft retainer seal.

Is it like picture #1

Or like in pictue #2


I think it was like in picture #1, but I am not sure.
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Without comfirming, according the marks from remove (screw driver?) I vote for pic #2
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...But if I should comfirm I add print from manual

So #1 is correct

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u cup side always faces the fluid.
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Almost 99% correct

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Can this seal be changed without disassembling the transmission?

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