if you do it "by the book" there is. but if you're a decent mechanic you can do it with everyday stuff. i wouldn't say it's hard, but it's a real job.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 19/04/2007
yes a sealed case can be re-opened but the reasons allowed and the process involved varies state to state in the US... post back with a state you are interested in ...
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/12/2009
...to a couple of my teeth a few times in the past. It's quick and painless to have done...s kind of like a weaker version of the enamel they're replacing and when it has worn away...
2 Answers · Health · 09/09/2012
yes there is sealant all 1600's leak oil re-torque the heads if it is leaking sometimes there are shims placed between the cylinders and case to keep the compression equal
4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/01/2010
... with 117,000 miles on it and I re sealed the oil leak for practically nothing. I have cardboard.... It only leaks about half a quart in 3000 miles. It's not worth the expense...
4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/01/2008
... I've also noticed that when you set a "seal" it disappears when you log out and despite how many times you re-set it, it disappears again.
2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 22/02/2011