If it's leaking around a quart + a week you need to do the timing belt too. That belt has to be oil soaked and oil soaked belts like to break. Do the belt and have the crank and balancer shaft seals done as well. Water pump too if it's been awhile.
Scars are a reminder of how not to do it next time.
you pretty much have to go through all the steps of a timing belt replacement.
Like stated above, those belts are soaked in oil by now and it would be best to replace the belts anyway.
to remove the seal, take a scratch awl and place it on the face of the seal and tap it with a hammer to poke it through the face of the seal. Then just pry it out. Make sure you dont scratch the camshaft or the head. Put the new seal in place, put a large socket over it and tap the socket with the hammer until the seal is in place.
I have pictures from when I did this on a Civic, but it's the same procedure if you'd like to see.
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