DIY CLUTCH - STEP 3
Replacing the seals
The clutch shaft seal is a simple pull out with a screw driver and insert a new one back in.
In order to replace the Rear Main Seal, you have to remove the flywheel. To lock the flywheel in place, so you can loosen the bolts requires either a special tool, or some kind of screw driver jammed in the teeth of the flywheel. I have the special tool!
Now you can remove the bolts and flywheel to replace the RMS.
To Install the RMS, you must first attach the 1st part of the tool onto the crankshaft and put the seal around the tool.
If you don't have this tool, then you will have to do it the old fashion way with a wood board and a hammer. The key is to insert the seal evenly.
It's very easy to screw up the seal!
Then you put on the top part on and screw down. This presses the seal in.
The last thing to do is to replace the pilot bearing in the flywheel. This is a pretty easy task. You simply press out the old bearing and then press in the new one.
Now that you've replaced the maintenance items, you can put it all back together!