why didnt you just take a 4.0 you put in soo much extra work.
fair enough. seams like your spending time to make things right so the car should run well when your done. ill keep watching your progessThis is my wife's daily, not a street and strip vehicle. I have no desire to own a souped up Intrepid. And the only reason I am doing it is even with all the parts I have bought and the time, it's still cheaper to rebuild and "restore" this vehicle than it is to find and buy a decent "new" used vehicle. Besides engine swapping an 02 Intrepid isn't exactly my idea of a worthwhile mod. There are better vehicles to do that to.
People have posted of doing similar things on the rear seal since they never came out with a complete and compatible replacement. They were generally successful with the innovative solutions, generally involving RTV.Hi, been watching your thread, I appreciate your details and pictures, thanks. The biggest thing I always think about with a project like this is if I didn't do something the right way it's going to be a big job to do it all over again. I hope reusing the rear main seal housing works for you and it doesn't leak.