Toyota Sienna 2000-06

Rear Main Seal

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Removal & Installation



If the rear oil seal retainer is not installed to the block, use a tapered ended screwdriver and hammer to remove the oil seal. Apply multi-purpose grease to the new oil seal lip. Using a seal driver, tap the seal into place. Be careful not to install it slantwise.

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.

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    Fig. Carefully tap the old seal from the retainer



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    Fig. Use the proper sized driver to seat the seal

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If the rear oil seal retainer is installed on the cylinder block, using a knife, cut off the lip of the seal. Using a taped ended prytool, pry the old seal out of the retainer. Inspect the oil seal lip contacting surface of the crankshaft for cracks or damage. Apply multipurpose grease to the new oil seal, then tap the seal in place with a seal installer. Be careful not to install the seal slantwise.

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Fig. Cut off the oil seal lip, then pry the seal out of the retaining plate



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Fig. Tap a new seal into place

3.0L & 3.3L Engines

If the rear oil seal retainer is not installed to the block, use a tapered ended screwdriver and hammer to remove the oil seal. Apply multi-purpose grease to the new oil seal lip. Using a seal driver, tap the seal into place. Be careful not to install it slantwise.

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2.  


    Click image to see an enlarged view

    Fig. Carefully tap the old seal from the retainer



    Click image to see an enlarged view

    Fig. Use the proper sized driver to seat the seal


If the rear oil seal retainer is installed on the cylinder block, using a knife, cut off the lip of the seal. Using a taped ended prytool, pry the old seal out of the retainer. Inspect the oil seal lip contacting surface of the crankshaft for cracks or damage. Apply multipurpose grease to the new oil seal, then tap the seal in place with a seal installer. Be careful not to install the seal slantwise.



Click image to see an enlarged view

Fig. Cut off the oil seal lip, then pry the seal out of the retaining plate



Click image to see an enlarged view

Fig. Tap a new seal into place

If the rear oil seal retainer is not installed to the block, use a tapered ended screwdriver and hammer to remove the oil seal. Apply multi-purpose grease to the new oil seal lip. Using a seal driver, tap the seal into place. Be careful not to install it slantwise.

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.

    Click image to see an enlarged view

    Fig. Carefully tap the old seal from the retainer



    Click image to see an enlarged view

    Fig. Use the proper sized driver to seat the seal

  2.  

If the rear oil seal retainer is installed on the cylinder block, using a knife, cut off the lip of the seal. Using a taped ended prytool, pry the old seal out of the retainer. Inspect the oil seal lip contacting surface of the crankshaft for cracks or damage. Apply multipurpose grease to the new oil seal, then tap the seal in place with a seal installer. Be careful not to install the seal slantwise.

Click image to see an enlarged view

Fig. Cut off the oil seal lip, then pry the seal out of the retaining plate



Click image to see an enlarged view

Fig. Tap a new seal into place

 
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