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1997 Z71 differential leak

I replaced the differential cover with a new gasket, but now I have noticed the underside of the differential has moisture from the drive shaft to the cover. Where could it be coming from?

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Pinion Seal... Remove Drive shaft.. remove big yoke nut.. pry out seal.. Hammer in new seal.. Retorque nut to approx same torque as removal ( this is critical for lash purposes ).. That should fix it,, Thanx

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