Question about 1996 Toyota T100
On most toyotas and most vehicles in general there is usually a revised bearing and seal that sits differently on the axle to seal. You are only to do one switch, and after that you are to replace the axle. I would make sure that the next time you get it done you have the shop show you the axle and then housing to see if there is any pitting or roughness on either surface. Hope that helps fix the problem.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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