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Left axle seal leaks because axle does not fit tight bushing behind seal is loose and worn i can"t find a bushing

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    If you are looking for just the bushing try a transmission repair shop, they have access to individual parts like the bushing.

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There are two different axles for the vehichle you described ifu replaced axle u probably need other part # axle

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That bushing has to be driven and removed from the inside of the case, I believe. Some trans shops can get bushing kit.

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