Our 1992 4X4 2500 has a leaky seal on the transfer output shaft
(according to the dealer). We're currently in Seattle but are heading
back to Detroit (where I can get the work done cheaper) pulling a small
5th wheel trailer. It's a very slow leak, maybe 2 or 3 drops in 24
hours. My question is will it hold until we can get back to Detroit or
should we have the work done here in expensive Seattle? Any ideas how
much it should cost to get the work done? Thanks for any advise you can
My crystal ball is unclear as to how long it will take to lose a dangerous
amount of lubricant, but if it were me, I'd wait till I got home. I'd
probably eyeball it a few times on the way, though, to make sure it hasn't
Yes I would not be concerned because a few drops a day can lok like a
lot bigger mess than it is. As long as you can take out the fill plug
and reach a finger in there and find some fluid it your reach, you are
quite safe. Even if you are 1/2 quart low it is not going to burn out
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