Question about Toyota Pickup
I dont recommend using additives to stop a leak on the transfer case. If the leak is on a shaft seal it will have zero effect anyway. Wynn's do have a couple additives that may stop seepage on gaskets but once again I do not recommend this. Fortunately, replacing a shaft seal only entails removing the shaft itself and then the seal can be pried out and replaced. Inspect the shaft itself as on a vehicle this old the shaft may have been grooved by the seal. This can be repaired by using a repair sleeve such as this.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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