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Rear axle seal leaking on 1997 GMC Yukon 4x4

How do you change the rear axle seal on a 1997 gmc yukon? Are there any special tools required? How much will a new seal cost me? Is there anything I should be alarmed of as to why the seal started to leak?

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You are Talking about the Main Cover on the Rear of the Rear end Correct???? If so, This is Just a Gasket and is Very easy to replace. The Gasket is Simply Worn out.

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