When you say torque seal, are you referring to the rear main bearing seal between the engine and transmission? Let me know.
Now, since it won't start, we need to determine if there is spark and fuel to the engine. Something is missing since it ran before. Take a look through these two links. One explains how to check for spark and the other is for fuel pressure.
Here are the manufacturer's specs for fuel pressure:
Fuel Pressure .................... 384-425 kPa (56-62 psi)
I suspect you will find one of the two above is missing. An easy way to check is to simply see if it starts for a couple seconds using starting fluid. If it does and then stalls, we know it is fuel related. If it still doesn't even try to start, it is most likely ignition.
If I misunderstood you and you meant the starter won't engage, please let me know. Also, if you have questions, feel free to ask.
I will watch for your reply.
Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 AT 10:29 PM