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I need help with Axles for 2001 Hyundai Elantra. The Left Axle rubber cover is broken, also I heard noise when the wheel moves iether left or right turn when the car is leaving or entering a parking box. Also, there is a leak at the transmission box and the Front Right Axle, where the seal is attached. Do I have to replace both the whole Axles or replace some partial parts of the Axles... plus how many seal do I have to purchase to replace it both for my Elantra? Pardon me for the lack of knowledge... My mechanic had suggested to buy new Axles.

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  • nicoya1 Jul 22, 2009

    Thank you 'drdemon' for your recommendation and expertise, in how to get solve the problem with the Front Axles of my 2001 Hyundai Elantra. I appreciate you responded quickly. I believe would be better to get replaced both axles, and not waiting 'till the other axle get damaged too, anyway the car is only eight years old. Again, thanks a lot. (nicoya)

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Depending on how bad the axels are. you could buy new ones. or you can buy a rebuild kit. now for the leak just 1 seal but if your gonna remove both axels i suggest buyin both side seals.

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