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:dunno: While replacing my front driveshaft I noticed there was a lot of oil on the front of my rear diff. It was on the L-shaped bracket between the rotoflex and the diff and on the front of the diff and around the seal going into it. Would the seal be the problem and is this a DIY project?
 

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:dunno: While replacing my front driveshaft I noticed there was a lot of oil on the front of my rear diff. It was on the L-shaped bracket between the rotoflex and the diff and on the front of the diff and around the seal going into it. Would the seal be the problem and is this a DIY project?
It's one of two things. The pinion seal or the diff, or both. DIY depends on your abilities. Pinion seal is relatively easy. Diff is a little more labor intensive. You'll have to pull the axles just enough to remove the diff, clean the surfaces and re-seal.
 
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