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Leaky front seal on tronsfer case

I have a 1999 1500 Silverado. the front seal on the transfer case is leaking how big of a chore is it to change

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Depending on if its is from the drive shaft or the main shaft either way you will have to do a bit of work if it is the driveshaft seal I believe you can remove shaft and change seal with case in truck but dont qoute me on that if not remove transfer case and at that point it is pretty much the same amount of work for the main or the driveshaft side. get yourself either a rented or borrowed tranny jack and drain fluid before removal make sure you have all little tubes and wires off before you try and wrestle it out have a friend around for saftey good luck be careful and hope this helps

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