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Leaking driveshaft seal

2000 jeep grand cherokee, just bought it so I dont have any history on it. I noticed it was leaking oil from the seal on the driveshaft I took it into the shop and they replaced the seal and it still leaks. I would like to hear some ideas for the next step to fix this. I would like to be simi knowledgable before I take it back into a shop. Thanks guys! Angel

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I presume you paid for the original replacement. take it back to the shop and ask them to fix it properly as you have already paid them to fix it once. incidentally ... is it leaking from the back of the transmission or the other end of the drive shaft ?

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Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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