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Username Post: 03 silverado oil leak        (Topic#349148)
Bob Baum 
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01-14-18 03:31 AM - Post#2720990    

my 03 Silverado started to leak fluid from
the right front axle I hear it is a common
problem how much of a job to fix any ideas
thanks
Bob B



 
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junkman104 
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01-14-18 05:10 AM - Post#2720997    
    In response to Bob Baum

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Bob Baum 
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01-14-18 05:24 AM - Post#2720998    
    In response to junkman104

good information thanks
Bob B



 
george88gta 
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01-15-18 01:38 PM - Post#2721112    
    In response to Bob Baum

Depends on your mechanical ability. Pretty straightforward, be sure to use a heavy grease to keep the thrust washer( number 9 in the diagram ) in place during assembly. Easily accomplished in a few hours.




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rockfangd 
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01-16-18 08:32 PM - Post#2721244    
    In response to george88gta

some of them had a redesign in the retainer that holds the shaft into the housing.
Horrible design in my opinion.
the shaft wears on the clip and next thing you know there is nothing clipping the shaft in causing it to ride in the housing.
There is also a redesign in the seal. Much better design. attaches to the housing and the shaft. Should ensure no further leaks

Old School GM fan FOREVER


Edited by rockfangd on 01-16-18 08:33 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Bob Baum 
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01-17-18 04:23 AM - Post#2721251    
    In response to rockfangd

I would guess go to my GM dealer and get the
correct seal any advice ?



 
george88gta 
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01-17-18 05:00 AM - Post#2721252    
    In response to Bob Baum

The GM part is a good choice. It also is greased so if you forget to lube the shaft, you wont get a dry start. I would also get a new thrust washer.



 
Bob Baum 
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01-18-18 03:03 AM - Post#2721355    
    In response to george88gta

ok thanks



 
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