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post #1 of 4 Old 04-09-2010, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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output shaft seal leak

Went out to my rubi the other day (2010 1500 miles) and noticed some tranny fluid on the ground. I got underneath and there was fluid all over... Long story short the output shaft seal was improperly placed at the factory. No biggie covered under warranty. Just thought id let everyone know because dealer said it was the third 2010 they've had come back with the same issue. Just spreadin the word!

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Sounds like a machine at the factory is out of whack.....or maybe just one of the employees? Thanks for letting us know.

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I had a similar problem; transfer case front shaft seal went TU on mine. Lifetime warranty is nice.

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yeah im not sure if thats human or an automated process... lifetime warranty would b nice, if they still offered it

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