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Old 05-26-2006
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Tranny leaking

my tranny is leaking between they drive shaft and the tranny its self
wtf what do i do take it to the dealership or could it be a quick fix?
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I'm going to take a wild guess and say sand ate one of your seals.
Maybe post a picture of where its leaking from.. also how much is it leaking?
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Old 05-26-2006
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i cleaned it up hasnt leaked so far ill take pics tomorrow its too dark
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I have the same problem my driveshaft/tranny seal leaks a lil and my rearend/driveshaft seal leaks too. I got a qoute of 200 bucks to replace both with labor otd from transco.
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anyone know were i can buy those seals and how hard it would be to do em myself?
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i heard it was easy im gonna try it next week if you can wait that long to hear if it was or not lol
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Old 06-01-2006
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Between driveshaft and Tranny? Easy, assuming nothing needs to be dropped out of course. Pics help!

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Old 06-01-2006
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here are some pics of the two leaky seals the first two are of the rear seal between the driveshaft and the rear diff
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and some of the front seal between driveshaft and tranny

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I need to get these seals but autozone doesnt have them and I dont want to buy from ford to much $$$$$$$. Anyone know of some good online sources????
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I need to get these seals but autozone doesnt have them and I dont want to buy from ford to much $$$$$$$. Anyone know of some good online sources????
You can try fastpartsnetwork.com

I don't think you can just pop the Diff seal out though. I think the diff needs to be opened, and the gear lash will need to be re-setup since you are taking the nut off of the crush washer.

Good luck with it.
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Old 06-12-2006
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im just going to have it done when i get my 4.88 gears put in
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if you're havin the gears done in the rear, just wait for that to fix that seal. the tranny output seal is available at any parts store, if they dont have it listed for your year, check from a '90-up, they are all the same seal. all you have to do for that one is pull the driveshaft, pry the seal out, add a tad of grease to the new seal and tap it into place fully, then slide the shaft back in.
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dont waste money at autozone
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I noticed this one day when I was wiring up my rock lights, but didnt'think it was a problem... I probably need to get my dad to look at it.
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dont waste money at autozone
ummm, it doesnt really matter where you buy it, but buying actual timken parts is not wasteing money, and timken is what autozone happens to sell for the rangers.
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