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05-05-2006 12:30 PM
35chev/302gmc The lucas may slow the leak down. The synthetic oil will speed it up.
05-05-2006 12:17 PM
sbchevfreak
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The only way I know to stop a rear main seal from leaking is to replace the seal.
And sometimes the bearing as well.
05-05-2006 12:02 PM
Henry Highrise I have never had much success with temporary solutions. The only way I know to stop a rear main seal from leaking is to replace the seal.
05-05-2006 11:54 AM
mrobby440
rear main seal leak..help!

I have a rear main seal leak in my roadrunner, its not dripping to much but it does drip more when the car gets really hot. Can I get away with using some of that LUCAS oil treatment with some new synthetic oil as a fix which will not be a short term temporory solution? (I cant do it and its reeeeal expensive)
thanks guys

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