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Question about 1988 Trooper 2 Door

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Rear differential driveshaft seal leak. Anyone know if you can replace the rear differential driveshaft seal without removing and dissasembling the differential carrier? My Haynes manual only shows ...

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transmission leak where driveshaft enters trans, major gusher today the trans began to leak profusely, no trouble shifting, no prior leaks, appeared to be flowing, not dripping onto catalytic ...

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Question about 1993 Caravan

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...leaking. I have stripped it down,cleaned it, ensured the oil thrower is seated correctly,cleaned it all and fitted new seal to a recon driveshaft. It still leaked, so stripped again, fitted new ...

...driveshaft. Have a container handy to catch leaking oil when you pull the old seal and check your fluid level when you are finished. When you remove the driveshaft from he rear end be careful not to ...

Question about 1995 Firebird

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driveshaft. any ideas on why thee would be oil on the areas of the diff housing by the axels? this is on a 2002 RAM VAN 2500 The rear axle seals are leaking too,it's been my experience with Dodge 2500

Question about 1995 Firebird

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...leaking ive been told i may have a driveshaft from automatic gearbox is there a diffrants. hyundai s111 coupe 2.0L 2007 5 speed can you help me thanks not sure if you can interchange the manual & ...

...leaking out Raise and safely support the vehicle. Mark the position of the driveshaft yoke on the axle companion flange so they can be reassembled in the same way to maintain balance. Remove the ...

Can I drive my mountaineer without the front driverside driveshaft. As long as the front axle does not leak when you remove the driveshaft, I don't see why not-I used to do that on an old C30 Chevy ...

Question about 1997 Mountaineer

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...leaking between gearbox and driveshaft sounds like transmission rear seal. Any good shop can replace fairly inexpensively. Unless you have tools, just undo driveshaft at rear-end, yoke slides out of ...

Question about 1997 Mountaineer

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...during a wheel bearing change. If the greatest care isn't taken during the refit the differential side (driveshaft) oil seal can be damaged and I expect that is where the fluid is leaking

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