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4wd TD oil leak

Hi there, the oil seems to be coming from the front diff and running down the "tail" shaft towards the transfer case. is it likelt to be from the front seal?
How hard is it to replace the seal for a weekend mechanical type? Any special tools needed ?
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1 more way is ther but takes time ,quit more.

try to weld front differential where oil is gonna leak & but do this when your all oil is out of differential case than it will happen baater so,

another way is 1 solution which is highly recommanded for this type of crack in differentials,which still i cant get that name but at branded service center they will do for your differentials case.

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