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Have a 1997 plym voyager 2.4 auto trans with a trans leak where driver side axle bolts to tranny

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It does have a axle seal there, and the axle will slide out. You may be able to replace that seal by just sliding the axle out, remove and replace the seal and slide the axle back in. If you take on this job, you will probably need some pointers.

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The axle just slides in at that spot there is a seal there you will need to pull axle out and replace seal

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