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post #1 of 18 Old 09-02-2012, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Drive shaft rear end seal pictures

Does anyone know if this a serious issue? It started leaving a 3-4 inch circle in the drive way last week.


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needs a pinion seal...

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Looks like a pinion seal leak. It could lead to bearing failure when the fluid level gets too low in your axle.


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Mine leaked with about 50k miles on it. Took it in and had it fixed under my extended warranty

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Cost??


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If I remember correctly it was like $350ish for parts and labor.

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post #7 of 18 Old 09-03-2012, 05:16 AM Thread Starter
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Reading a little more on this it seems to be a fairly straight forward repair. Any suggestions or things to look out for?


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check your vent tube also , if it's blocked pressure builds and will force oil past a seal.

that nut has a preload if your just pulling the nut to do the seal mark the nut on the pinion,and count the threads so you put it back exactly where it was

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I done this repair to my truck last year just be sure you mark your driveshaft flange and count threads on the pinion nut. Not to bad of a job seemed to work for me no problems as of yet.

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Is this something that can be done on jack stands or do I need a lift?


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