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Rear output shaft seal on transfer case is leaking hummer h2

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If your output shaft is leaking lubricant you need to check to see if
(1) Transfer case is overfilled
(2) vent is clogged or jammed closed. Clean or replace vent.
(3) output shaft seal is incorrectly installed or damaged. Replace the seal and check contact surface for nicks and scoring.

Hope this will help you.

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