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you have to pull the half shaft out on the side the seal is leaking then pop out the seal and install new seal. this means r&r the wheel, brake, separate the lower ball joint, remove the half shaft axle nut, remove the half shaft from the spindle and pull out half shaft from trans. install in reverse order.
check to see if the leak is at the shaft that the pitman shaft attaches to. if it is the pitman shaft seal will need replacing. if its leaking out the input shaft, the part that attaches to the steering column, then this seal will have to be replaced. check the power steering hoses closely for cuts and leaks. you may have to wash the area to remove the oil to find the leak.
its not hard to do you need a gasket and seal kit too the hardest part is seperating the case halves . do not place a screwdriver in the case halves to seperate you will cause a leak ! remove the nuts on the yokes first then the case . mark with a scribed line and remove the trans speedo cable assembly set it aside tap and pry the case halves apart pull off the back half of case the front half is where you want everything to stay in place try to keep it standing up so rear case is up then you can lift up the front output shaft the chain and the planetary remove the rest of parts install new seals and reassemble the case uses rtv black sealant instead of gasket
the procedure to remove them is here As for the seal you should be able to pry the old one out once you have removed the half shaft with a screwdriver or ask at your local parts store if they can rent/sell you a seal removal tool hope this helps!
use a brass punch and hammer on inside joint between joint and transmission and it should pop out , assuming that the outside part of shaft is already seperated from hub , sometimes just a prybar will work
You need to rebuild the seals in the cluth master cylinder. The seal around the pedal shaft that actuates the clutch is leaking fluid past the seal and onto the shaft connected to the pedal, inside the cabin.
A good parts store should be able to get you a seal rebuild kit, or remove the cylinder and bring it to a clutch shop or Nissan dealer and have them rebuild it for you. This is cheaper than dropping the car off and having them do all of the work.
Dismantling the master cylinder, replacing the seals, filling the system with fresh fluid and bleeding it should solve your problem. Be sure to replace all of the seals at one time, and don't be tempted to only replace the one that is leaking at the moment. They should all be the same age to last without further leaking. Otherwise you'll be chasing a series of problems with your clutch as the other old seals fail over time.
Hope this helps.