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DIY for rear axle/tranny seal? Loren?

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Wondering if there's a DIY anywhere for the seal between the tranny and the driver side rear axle? I'm starting to get a small leak of tranny fluid and believe it's the seal between the axle and the transmission.

Thanks in advance!

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999.113.347.40 Axle shaft sealing ring 48 x 68 x 10 -- US MSRP $26.4

Removing sealing ring for halfshaft flange

Note: Protect drive shafts from damage. (Use 30 mm piece of hose)

1. Uncouple drive shaft on the transmission side.

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2. Unscrew fastening screw for the halfshaft flange, unclip the B+ cable on the air flange and pull out the halfshaft flange.

3. Lever out sealing ring using a suitable tool.

Installing sealing ring for halfshaft flange

1. Fill the space between the dust and sealing lips with grease (e.g. Liqui−Moly) and drive in the sealing ring up to the mounting face with special tool pressure piece 9252 .

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2. Push in the halfshaft flange and tighten the fastening screw.

Tightening torque: 32 ftlbs.

3. Clip the B+ cable onto the air flange and mount the drive shaft.

Tightening torque: 60 ftlbs.

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