When a Miata starts climbing above the 100K mile mark, you might start seeing some oil seeping from around the front of your engine. Generally, this means the front main seal is leaking oil, which is common. When it comes time to replace your front main seal, it is general practice to "replace it all while you're in there", as the job of replacing these items is not something you want to do multiple times. Replacing these components on the front of your engine can be a daunting task, mostly in finding the right parts for the job with all of the changes throughout the model years spanning 1990-2005. We've put together this kit to take the guess work out of finding the right parts, and source only OEM Genuine Mazda parts for our seals and gaskets, as aftermarket replicas have failed us in the past.
There are several changes to the front engine components throughout the course of 1990-2005 that dictate what parts should be used. Here is a summary of those changes, be sure to check your engine before ordering if your car was built around these changeover years: