1 Remove the timing belt and crankshaft sprocket (see Section 5).
2 Note how far the seal is recessed in the bore, then carefully pry it out of the oil pump housing with a screwdriver or seal removal tool
(see illustration).Don't scratch the housingbore or damage the crankshaft in the process (if the crankshaft is damaged, the new seal will end up leaking). Note: The seal may be easier to remove if the old seal lip is cut with a sharp utility knife first (see illustration).
3 Clean the bore in the housing and coat the outer edge of the new seal with engine oil or multi-purpose grease. Apply a little grease to the seal lip.