Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
Possibly a plugged vent? Thus causing pressure in the hub unit and blowing the seal when the pressure rises.
If you are 100% positive the seal is installed correctly. You probably need a new transmission. the differentials in those cars are known to start getting free play and won't allow the axles to seal.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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