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Hey Guys

i recently blew my front main seal, and my local mechanic doesn't want to attempt it because he only knows hondas well blah blah blah

I've read that people can do it themselves in 4 hours, and 2 hours if they've done it before and with all the right tools

Is anyone close to markham available to help?? I'm willing to pay for your time - i just don't wanna bugger it up
 

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I decided to bite the bullet and take it to my local toyota dealership

lucky for me, a fellow supra owner works there!! His name is Orville owns a modded MKIII with some insane graphics on it

Thanks to him, my car is in good hands, and by tomorrow evening it will be good as new :)

Many thanks to Orville, and Markville Toyota for delivering great service :)
 

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mrrammstein said:
I decided to bite the bullet and take it to my local toyota dealership

lucky for me, a fellow supra owner works there!! His name is Orville owns a modded MKIII with some insane graphics on it

Thanks to him, my car is in good hands, and by tomorrow evening it will be good as new :)

Many thanks to Orville, and Markville Toyota for delivering great service :)
Be carefull because blowing the front main seal is the first sign of crankwalk. I was a victim.
 

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TwinTurboPete said:
Be carefull because blowing the front main seal is the first sign of crankwalk. I was a victim.
it actually turned out to be something else - see my rant thread in this forum
 
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