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      02-05-2023, 10:51 AM   #89
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Outside temperature range for using front seal gasket maker?

Hello,

Does anyone know if it has to be at least a certain temperature for the sealant injection to work properly. I found belt shards in my oil pan and am looking to replace the front seal, but it is winter here in PA.

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Hello,

Does anyone know if it has to be at least a certain temperature for the sealant injection to work properly. I found belt shards in my oil pan and am looking to replace the front seal, but it is winter here in PA.

Thanks
The safety data sheet quotes cure time at 73deg F. If it's colder then cure time will go up. Storage is good down to 43deg F. Once cured product is good down to -65deg F

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/en/product/gasketing-sealants/loctite_si_5970.html
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