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How hard is it to replace rear end output shaft seals (inner axel seals) 98 town and country? What fluid goes back in?

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I assume you mean trans axle seals in front.
You have to remove the drive axles,best done on a lift,not in your driveway.
Trans fluid lubes the Diff,that is in trans.
ATF4 etc,whatever the fluid replaced the original spec, when it was new.

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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