|10-13-2010 10:25 AM|
That looks like an hour's work according to the ARRC site.
|10-13-2010 08:26 AM|
|ennis222||As soon as I get it back ill let you know|
|10-12-2010 11:11 AM|
|10-12-2010 10:57 AM|
|Ibuildembig||I think thats right, I know on the 60's and 44's you have to pull the chunk out to replace the seal|
|10-12-2010 10:05 AM|
|Jerry Bransford||Where was that axle seal located? Did the differential need to be removed to replace it?|
|10-12-2010 10:03 AM|
|ennis222||I was an axle seal...thanks for the help.|
|10-10-2010 10:16 AM|
I assume the "arm" mentioned in Post #31 is the bottom part of the axle tube yoke. I would look for wetness around the top joint on the sway bar link (water or liquid from the grease) which could drip down into the yoke, or a leaky axle seal. I would take the wheel off and get a better look at what's going on.
|10-10-2010 06:56 AM|
|10-09-2010 11:04 PM|
|flyboy86q||Maybe leaky ac evaporator?|
|10-09-2010 11:01 PM|
Right front behind the tire - watery, not oily, slight smell - did you taste it?
Are you scaring your girlfriend by the way you drive? They have weak bladders ya know.
|10-09-2010 02:57 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||I gotta give up, your not very descriptive descriptions are frustrating.|
|10-09-2010 01:22 PM|
|ennis222||From the inboard side|
|10-08-2010 12:55 PM|
What is the "arm" you are referring to? Come on bro, you're gonna have to be more descriptive than that in order for us to help you. Is it leaking from the axle tube?
Try this... is it leaking from the tire side of the u-joint on the axle shaft, or is it leaking from the inboard side of the axle shaft u-joint?
|10-08-2010 12:42 PM|
the picture isnt actually my jeep but it might give a better idea of where im talking about. if you follow the track bar down to the tire, the fluid is collecting in the arm below that.
|10-08-2010 11:33 AM|
A good sharp well lighted (use a flash) photo of where the leak is coming from would be very helpful.
|10-08-2010 11:27 AM|
|10-08-2010 11:04 AM|
|10-08-2010 10:54 AM|
|530ktm||It can not be the muffler bearing because the so called grayish blackish liquid is behind the front tire area of discussion. Besides, muffler bearings never wear out.|
|10-08-2010 10:23 AM|
|10-08-2010 10:07 AM|
The muffler bearing needs replacement.
|10-08-2010 10:07 AM|
When you say behind the tire, do you mean toward the engine or toward the back wheel?
|10-08-2010 09:18 AM|
|10-08-2010 09:07 AM|
|jeepjones||The last time I checked my jeep didn't have a rack and pinion or any CV boots! WTH? did I get ripped off?|
|10-08-2010 08:59 AM|
|10-08-2010 08:44 AM|
|ennis222||Sorry...not running the AC. Its kind of a greyish/black color, oily but not like engine oil. It does have a smell but its not strong. Maybe has something to do with brake fluid, rack and pinion, cv boot...just guessing|
|10-07-2010 04:45 PM|
|TJeepman||Could be the blinker fluid blinker fluid leaking but that would make a noise wouldn't it, like wink, wink?|
|10-07-2010 03:50 PM|
|Ibuildembig||Mmmyeah, dog shoulda aimed higher|
|10-07-2010 03:20 PM|
|InfernoGirl||You gotta figure they posted the same thing on 10 other forums, got their answer on one of the others, and abandon us like red headed step children........|
|10-07-2010 03:12 PM|
|Ibuildembig||Maybe a passing dog mistook it as a fire plug|
|10-07-2010 02:54 PM|
|N39-W120||I think it is one of the mods just screwing with us.|
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