leaking 99wr400


2 replies to this topic
  • Pig_N_CR5hundy

Posted March 15, 2004 - 02:30 PM

#1

How hard is it to replace the seal at the shifter? Is it like the countershaft sprocket, pull the clip ring and replace? Or do I need to pull the shaft out through the clutch side to get to the seal?
Is it just a matter of pulling off the clutch cover, removing the clutch, pull the shaft, change the gasket, replace shaft, replace clutch, new clutch side gasket, put on cover and go?

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  • gfergtr74

Posted March 15, 2004 - 03:06 PM

#2

OK this is how I change them. Remove the shifter. In the face of the seal drill a small hole and drill one on straight across from the first. Use very little pressure. Take two small screws and screw them into the holes just a few turns. Now you can take pliers and pull on the screw heads which usually pops the seal right out. This has worked for me in the past quite a few times.

  • Pig_N_CR5hundy

Posted March 16, 2004 - 06:08 AM

#3

To get the new one in just push it in place with a deep well socket perhaps?




 
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