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88 dodge le 150 318ci leaking rearend 10 bolt

I have a rearend that wont stop leaking i changed me gasket and the problem seems maybe worse i asked yesterday and someone said the vent could be plugged im gonna check it this weekend could someone give me some specifics on apperance and exact location they said it was on top but maybe a possible exact and i dont even know what im looking for i have a 318 with a 10 bolt rearend any help will bve grately appreciated

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While under your vehicle, sometimes on the top or your rear end, there is an opening that allows air to enter and exit when pressure builds up. Other models have a hose that connects to some part of the rear end, just follow this hose to its end and make sure its not clogged or pinched.

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Yes the rear seal on the rearend would cause a leak and would have to be pressed in.

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