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Left front differntial is leaking. took it for repair was told the pin is ceased and cannot be removed. should I just continue to fill it. repair costs estimated between 1800 to 2500

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  • wrliamos Mar 03, 2009

    they told me it was the left front differential seal that was leaking and they could not fix it because a pin that held the shaft in place was ceased so they could not fix the seal without taking the whole thing apart.

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I need more info on this one. Where is it leaking from( out side of hub or inside by axle)? or is it leaking going into the differential? Let me know and I might be able to help.

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

  • Thomas Kessenich
    Thomas Kessenich Mar 03, 2009

    So the left front hub is leaking right? or is it a front wheel drive and it is leaking at the tranny where the shaft goes?

  • Thomas Kessenich
    Thomas Kessenich Mar 03, 2009

    Please email me @ t.kessenich@yahoo.com and I can get more info from you on this matter.

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