1996 Honda Civic



January, 8, 2014 AT 6:25 AM

Yes I took apart my crankshaft sprocket and plate and going to put it back in which way does the cupped plate goes in, and I replaced my crankshaft seal and it leaks I did it twice with new gaskets I just put the seal flush should push the seal in further or flush is good a pic or a diagram on how all that goes back together would be greatly appreciated I am working on my car a now so thanks for the help

1 Answer



January, 8, 2014 AT 6:45 AM

The seal should be flush or slightly further in but when installing, the lips should be lubricated and installed with a turning motion to prevent the lips from being turned and allowing the spring to be dislodged.

For the sprocket plates, it should form a sort of camfer for the belt to slip in. The outer edges should be slanted outwards from center.

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