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Rear axel We opened the passenger side break to do a break replacement, and found a ton of grease. The cylinders had been replaced a few months ago, so we think it is the axle seal. How much should I expect to pay for this sort of repair?

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Had the same problem i paid $275 at a gas station repair shop

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