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Old 01-21-2009, 07:09 PM
 
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Default rear end is leaking

my wife took the 04 pac to the quick lube today, and they told her the rear diff was driping. Is this hard to fix?
Also we have a clunk noise from the pass side when going over bumps. i hear the control arm busings fail, is this true? Is it hard to fix this problem?


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Old 01-21-2009, 07:45 PM
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Default RE: rear end is leaking

is it the pinion seal leaking ? the control arms are a problem on the pacs you will need to replace the complete control arm unless you are real handy i would take it to a good repair shop there is a tsb on the front end on your car
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Old 01-21-2009, 08:19 PM
 
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Default RE: rear end is leaking

not sure on the rear, untill i take it to my work garage. Whats a tsb? Is it a recall? I didnt buy the car new.
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a tsb is not a recall it is a service bulletin
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this is for chrysler techs to look at
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A TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) is one step short of a recall, meaning it is a manufacturer's acknowledgment of a known/common problem and it tells the mechanics the best way to fix it. But the consumer is fully responsible for payment, unlike a federally-issued recall that is covered by the manufacturer. Recalls are generally only for safety issues, like brakes/airbags/fuel system and stuff like that where there are documented cases of people being seriously injured or killed because of a manufacturer defect. Sad but true. You can always check for recalls of any year/make/model vehicle by going to NHTSA.gov and clicking on "Vehicles and Equipment" then follow the appropriate links.
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