Question about 2001 GMC Yukon
Dear Sir, I just took my Yukon to my GMC dealer in West Los Angeles for service and oil change. A first report came to let me know that I have a front axle shaft oil seal leaking. After more checking, they are telling me that the front differential need to be be rebuilt and that will cost 3,500.00 Dollars. I did tell them to put this repair on hold but does it sound correct to your knowledge and what could I do to fix the problem, if there is one, at a better cost? This is not the right time for this kind of expense, but again when is it!!!
Thank you so much for your answer and help.
Sounds like the Common "Ploy for Money" from the Dealership. You can wait on this repair as long as 1---There is not a Pool of Fluid where you Park 2--- Everything work as Normal. It Very well Could be Leaking But, The Mechanics at the Dealership are trained to look for Buildup on ANYTHING on the Undercarriage. A Leak of anykind could cause Buildup of Fluids on the Outside So, Just keep an Eye on it and Make sure that it is not a Bad Leak or Anything is not Functioning as Normal.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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