Transfer Case Gasket Leak?

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  1. 14RamHemiSport

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    I have both mentioned. I have a leak from the front output shaft seal on the TC and the drivers side axle coming out of the front diff is leaking as well. here is the front ds axle leak:
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    pic should be rotated 90 deg counter clock wise. diff is on bottom of pic, axle is from flange going up.

    i will say this: i have no idea how long it has been leaking. ive owned this for less than 30 days. i do know its slow. no drips in driveway etc.
     
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    Not mixed up, just shifted gears in conversation.
     
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    I think you’re correct that there is no need to do anything more than monitor fluid levels at this time.
     
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    That’s all the stuff that gets addressed in the 100k major service when fluids are replaced in the entire driveline.

    At 101k on our 08 the pan, rear main & tc seals got replaced. One motor mount and the radiator were replaced too. Our Denali was purchased at 96k.

    Didn’t look, did you mention ur milage?


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    90k
     
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    Make sure that this little bit of fluid didn't from above, the power steering or engine oil cooler lines if you have them.
     
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    i just dropped it off at the shopped to get everything looked over. will the oil cooler make any noises if dry?
     
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    Don't think so, wet or dry.
     
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