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LEAKING FRONT AXIL SEAL

ON A 1990 JEEP WRANGLER MY FRONT AXIL ON THE PASSENGER SIDE IS LEAKING 90 WEIGHT OIL . HOW DO YOU REPLACE THE SEAL

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    driver side axle shaft seal seeping oil.

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Take the wheel off , unbolt caliper and sling it out of the way with a bungi cord, take off the rotor, then you have too take the pumpkin cover off the axel diff in the front (drain fluid first) easy way to do that take out bottom and side bolts out then leave top 1 or 2 in but finger loose. pry cover off with a sturdy scrapper from side allowing fluid to leak out from bottom of cover. when fluid is done comeing out then take off cover. to take the axel out to replace the seal you have to push the axel inwards to remove the C- CLIP on the end of the axel shaft that slides into the inside of the pinion gear (use a extending magnet) keeps gear oil on your hands and from dropping it into the pumpkin housing. then all you have to do is slide the axel shaft out. then replace the seal .

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