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I have a 300TDI coming from England in a container that I bought ($2500 US including shipping) from a wrecking yard with 64,000 miles and want to do some preventive maintenance before I install it. They said that the clutch is good, so I am trying to think of what else I should do before the installation. The timing and serpentine belt for sure, but how about the rear oil seal? Anything else other than oil and filters? Thanks.

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Head gaskets can go but being low mileage shouldn't be a problem.They normally go around 300,000km mark.As for oil seals haven't heard any problems with them.Check also the rocker cover gasket too they got a habit off leaking.
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Thanks for writing back. I think I am just going to leave well enough alone and get the transplant done before worrying about any maintenance issues.
 
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