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I have a 1995 Subaru Legacy L and it has a transmission oil leak from the back of the transmission housing, right where it connects to the rear drive shaft(?) if that's how you call the long turning rod connected to rear wheels. Can anybody let me know what it can be and also how much it will cost to fix realistically, doing just a minimum required. Thanks!

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If it is only leaking from that rear seal going to the drive shaft from the transmission, it is simply a matter of dropping the shaft and pulling the seal with a large screwdriver and then carefully install the new one. The seal is less than $20. You have more time than money. If you need instructions on how to remove the drive shaft, email me at iambanshee74@yahoo.com

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