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This part I think is leaking fluid it is in the rear of ny truck In between the drive shaft and the transfer case I think a seal might be broke?

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If its brakefluid it mite be the equilizer valve

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You mean between the case halves? It is just silicon, no gasket. These are good for the pump wearing a hole in the rear housing and leaking oil. The cure for it is a new rear housing and a piece called a case saver that keeps the pump from doing it again. Taking the transfer case apart to fix it is easy, I can tell you how to do it.

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