Re: Front crankshaft seal
You should be able to do it at home. I have never done a Falcon one but from what I can tell you just have to remove the fan + coupling (can be difficult), fan shroud, water pump pulley and vibration damper. Then wedge the new one out with a screwdriver. Be careful on this bit because, as tough as they are, a crankshaft is like butter if you slip with the screwdriver, and once they are scratched they will leak alot more oil. Take your time getting it out. Then it's just a matter of tapping the new one in evenly, flush with the block.
Note that I have never done a Falcon one, but I've done many of them on other cars. Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.
Last edited by Mike Gayner; 03-08-04 at 07:17 PM.