Axle Shaft Seal Problems in popular cars

Axle Shaft Seal problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Axle Shaft Seal problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Chevrolet Venture

The vehicle involved is a 2001 Chevrolet Venture. The VIN of this vehicle is 1GNDX03E31_. Front windshield leaks. Vehicle is experiencing an oil leak from the seal. Warranty expired.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Chevrolet Trailblazer

The vehicle involved is a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1GNDT13S23_. : the contact stated the vehicle was taken to the dealer on September 12, 2005 at 25612 miles who determined the rotors were rusted and needed to be turned. The vehicle was returned to the dealership on June 5, 2006 for a 30000 mile check up and again the dealership determined the rotors needed to be turned. The dealership has admitted the front and rear rotors need to be replaced. Based on the contact's understanding the manufacturer will not allow the dealership to replace the rotors under warranty. The contact alerted the manufacturer and a complaint was filed case # 1-414411237. The left front axle seal was replaced. Updated 06/19/06. It was Monday, September 12, 2005 when this axle shaft seal issue occurred.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Chrysler Pacifica

Fax on behalf of re her 2007 Chrysler Pacifica experiencing various and significant mechanical failures; reply attn caroline wekselbaum/new york, NY district office the consumer stated at 2,900 miles, a smoke condition developed in the vehicle's engine. A diagnostic revealed the front axle seal was defective. At approximately 3,800, the smoke condition developed again and the consumer was informed that the power transfer unit needed to be replaced. At 25,893, the power transfer unit had to be removed and replaced after it was discovered that there was a leak in an input seal. At 26,906 miles, the engine mount was replaced; at 48,062 miles, the blower motor was replaced; at 48,490 miles, the blend air door of the blower was replaced and the rear axle seals were replaced due to leaks; at 63,852 miles, the pvc valve, fuel pump, egr valve and battery were replaced and a short in the wiring to the alternator was repaired; at 65,479, the vehicle broke down and had to be towed. It was determined the computer needed to be replaced. At 82,439 miles, the motor mount failed and was replaced, an isolater was installed and power transfer unit was leaking again. The consumer took the vehicle back to the dealer, after driving it for 15 minutes, because it was in worse condition than when she left it with the dealer. The engine was racing at 6000 rpms, while driving at 50 mph, there was a loud noise coming from the engine and a banging noise could be heard upon turning the steering wheel. The dealer stated there was nothing wrong with the vehicle. However, when the consumer drove the vehicle for 20 miles, the malfunction indicator light illuminated. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer, and after an inspection, the dealer stated the transmission control module relay was faulty. The consumer was assured the issues were fixed. However, on her way home, the malfunction indicator light illuminated again, the engine was racing and the entire vehicle jolted every time she shifted into, drive, park or reverse. The power door locks failed and the consumer was locked inside the vehicle for several minutes. This problem occurred on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Chrysler Town & Country

The vehicle is a 1999 Chrysler town and country. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Chrysler town and country is 1C4GT64L1X_. All four wheels on my Mini-van are corroding and tire failures are resulting from the pitting on the wheels wearing the seals on the tires. The Chrysler service department at our local dealership acknowledges that this is a failure which is presenting a safetly hazard, but states that Chrysler will offer no assistance with this issue as the van is beyond the warranty limit for mileage. A second 1999 Chrysler town and country limited Mini-van belonging to a neighbour is experiencing the same problem. (dot number: m30d tiresize: 215/65r16). It was Feb. 15, 2001 when this axle shaft seal issue happened.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Dodge Ram 3500

The car was a 2004 Dodge Ram 3500. 2004 Dodge 3500 truck front l/h wheel hub assy bearing came apart at 70 mph causing the truck to cross over 2 lanes of traffic and into oncoming traffic. Dodge dealer told me this is a problem. But it cost me 350 dollars this to me is a safety issue and a customer should not have to pay the cost or die due to this. It was 10/17/06 when this axle shaft seal issue occurred.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Dodge Ram 2500

The car involved is a 2000 Dodge 2500. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Dodge 2500 is 2B4JB25Z1Y_. Front wheel bearings became defective shortly after purchase. Also, spindles were too small, and master cylinder and both seals had to be replaced. The failure date was Monday, November 1, 2004.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Ford Escape

Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1FMCU0EG7A_. 2010 Ford Escape. Consumer writes in regards to throttle control malfunction and requests reimbursement for repairs. The consumer stated the vehicle suddenly lost all acceleration while traveling on the highway in cruise control mode. The rpm would not go above 700 despite, the consumer applying the accelerator pedal. The local Ford service department gave the consumer some troubleshooting steps to reset the vehicle. The service advisor explained, the computer had stopped functioning. , which caused the vehicle to shut down. The consumer was informed to allow the vehicle to sit in the off position for a few minutes and the re-start it again. It provided a temporary fix, which allowed the consumer to continue to her destination. The after the consumer retrieved her vehicle, the low pressure sensor had activated. She took the vehicle to her local mechanic, who observed the vehicle was leaking transmission fluid on the driver side between the axle and transmission. The consumer took the vehicle back to the dealer. An inspection revealed the leak was coming from a seal. When the consumer picked the vehicle up, later that evening, the low tire pressure light illuminated. The consumer took the vehicle to a tire dealer, where they found a screw in the sidewall of the driver front tire. The consumer was informed, she would need to purchase two new tires. The failure date was Saturday, February 23, 2013.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Ford Expedition

2006 Ford Expedition limited. Consumer writes in regards warranty repair dispute and driver's side power window being extremely slow in the closing operation the dealer lubed the window and stated there was no problem found. After complaining several times about the window, the dealer finally determined there was a problem. However, the consumer was informed the parts and labor were not covered under the extended warranty. The consumer stated the problem existed going back to Dec 11, 2006 and the defect was not addressed or corrected while the vehicle was under the original factory warranty. The consumer stated he should not be responsible for repairs that were callously overlooked and ignored by the dealer. Also, the lower radiator support to the body mount was severely rusted and showed signs of actual material failure. The consumer stated the condition can and will evolve into the root cause of both mechanical and safety related failures. The major body and front frame support failing under driving conditions could lead to engine failure, and loss of control of the vehicle. The most serious safety concern, was the front brake lines which were showing signs of serious rust. The dealer informed the consumer the lines could only be replaced under warranty if there were signs of leakage. The consumer stated corrosion in the form of rust would compromise the integrity of the steel brake lines, allowing brake fluid to leak out resulting in a total loss of braking power. The left rear door would not open from the inside, the driver's front door had to be slammed in order for it to close properly, the front axle drive pinion was leaking and had to be replaced. It was December 11, 2006 when this axle shaft seal issue happened.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of GMC Yukon

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1GKEK13ZX2_. 2002 GMC Yukon. The consumer had to have abs sensors replaced. There was a recall but it did not effect the consumer's state, which was wisconsin. This could be replaced by dealership for the amount of $924. The consumer paid to have sensors replaced. The consumer experienced the same problem as stated in the recalled vehicles . Mechanic tested the sensors and stated this would not stop vehicle. The front hub and bearing were corroded along with the sensors. The left rear axle was worn which caused a fluid leak. The failure date was 08/09/2005.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of GMC Yukon

The car is a 1996 GMC Yukon. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this GMC Yukon is 1GKEK13R2T_. Braking system malfunctioned, causing extended stopping distance, which almost resulted in a crash. Dealer could not determine the cause of the problem. Common problem. Also oil leak/ rear differential failure/misaligned rear right door, and rear axle shaft seal leaking. It was Wed., Jan. 1, 1997 when this axle shaft seal issue occurred.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Acura CL

The car involved was a 1998 Acura Cl. The VIN of this vehicle was 19UYA2257W_. Transmission seals failed. Nlm. This issue happened on 08/01/1998.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Honda Passport

The car was a 1998 Honda Passport. The VIN of the car is 4S6CM58W6W_. Left rear axle seal leaking, both seals replaced. Yh. This axle shaft seal issue occurred Wednesday, Jun. 24, 1998.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Honda Odyssey

The car involved was a 2000 Honda Odyssey. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 2HKRL1851Y_. There was a slight oil leak at the joint of the torque converter and transmission and the seals were replaced. When pulling from a stop sign, the consumer heard a clanking sound in the steering column, the dealer replaced the entire column, also there was a squeak coming form the rear suspension, the problem was determined to be a leak from the rear shock absorber. This issue happened on August 27, 2002.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Hyundai Santa Fe

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is KM8SC73DX2_. - the reporting person's vehicle is a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe. During its last oil change it was noted that the oil was leaking at the joint. There were no warning indicators. The dealer diagnosed the vehicle as needing a new trans axle seal. The failure mileage was 125,598. The repair was done at a local repair shop. The oil began leaking two day later. The part was ordered from Hyundai. The consumer provided various pictures of above problem. Update *4/23/07. This problem occurred on Jan. 5, 2007.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Jeep Wrangler

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1J4FA49S24_. 2004 Jeep Wrangler. Consumer writes in regards to several issues found during inspection after purchase of vehicle the consumer stated the day she test drove the vehicle, she noticed some play in the steering, the engine seemed to miss a little, and the cd player in the radio seemed to work whenever it wanted to. The next day, the consumer noticed the front differential leaked an oil spot on the concrete driveway. The consumer took the vehicle to a pre-sales establishment and the inspection revealed, the rear axles were leaking on both sides, the pinion seal in the front differential needed to be replaced, the front track bar had play, the transmission needed a new pilot bearing; as there was a noise when accelerating and the rear sway bar links were loose. This problem occurred on Sun., Aug. 19, 2012.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Jeep Grand Cherokee

2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Consumer writes in regards to several expenses related to vehicle and requests reimbursement the consumer stated the front brakes which included the rotors master cylinder, left rear seal axle, bearing, snap ring had to be replaced more than once on different occasions. Also, the vehicle broke down on several occasions and smoke was emitting from the vehicle on one of those occasions. It was discovered the relay fan radiator fan needed to be replaced. The transduce pressure sensor, solenoid, transmission gov and gasket were replaced at a cost of $ 530. 50. The consumer stated the horn began blaring for no apparent reason and then stopped working/ two days later, all the gauges in the vehicle went to zero and all the interior lights illuminated and the windows did not work. The vehicle was towed to the dealer and a diagnostics test revealed an electrical problem. Updated 11/10/jb updated 11/22/11. This axle shaft seal issue occurred 09/05/06.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Land Rover Discovery

The vehicle was a 2003 Land Rover Discovery. The VIN of this vehicle is SALTY16463_. : the contact stated the steering wheel was misaligned while making turns. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who adjusted the steering wheel, but this did not remedy the problem. The vehicle was returned to the dealer again and the drag link was replaced, but this did not remedy the problem. During another visit, the dealer noticed the bracket on the frame where the front track bar bolts was fractured. Additionally, the dealer determined the fracture was caused by a cold weld or was not welded properly when manufactured, however the vehicle was not repaired by the service dealer. The vehicle was eventually taken to an independent frame shop for repair. The vehicle was placed on a frame alignment machine; the bracket was bent back into place and welded. The contact is concerned because the vehicle was possibly manufactured with this defective frame weld and it appears to have been welded mechanically. The exhaust system was misaligned which caused the tail pipe to rattle. The was a fluid leak coming from the transfer box due to a failed input shaft seal. Updated 04/06/06. The failure date was 02/27/06.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Lincoln Town Car

2003 Lincoln Town Car. The consumer stated the vehicle was leaking gear oil on the rear axle. The consumer noticed it when the oil formed on the ground of his garage. The dealership did a diagnostic, and found a recall. However, this vehicle was not part of the recall due to VIN. The dealership replaced part 3w1z-aa10a-aa, the complete kit, two rear axles, two bearings, two seals, and the oil. This was the kit the recall called for. The problem did not cause any accidents of injuries. The consumer did call Lincoln, but they also said there was nothing they could do. This happened on the driver's side, but both sides were replaced. The consumer kept the parts. This issue happened on October 2, 2005.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Lincoln Town Car

The car involved is a 2003 Lincoln Town Car. Had popping noise coming from rear of car. Had it to the dealer they said that they could not hear the noise. 1/28/08 driving and heard loud knocking and then lots of noise. Had car towed to dealer. Dealer said rear wheel seals bearings had failed. Same problem that was recalled on other 2003 Lincolns. Not recalled on mine. Costs 1053. 00 to fix. This axle shaft seal problem happened on Mon., Jan. 28, 2008.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mazda 626

The vehicle involved is a 2002 Mazda 626. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1YVGF22D02_. Consumer heard noise in the vehicle. When brought to the dealership, nothing was found. The noise was heard when the brakes were applied. There was excessive play in the tie rods, a noise when going over bumps, which the dealer tightened the right lower gravel shield, the right front axle seal was leaking and the seat belt retractor was replaced because of a rattle.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mazda 626

VIN of the vehicle was 1YVGF22D61_. Eratic shifting in Mazda 626 automatic transmission. Axle seal broke. Dealership repaired the part. Factory transmission replaced after 30,000 miles. The axle seal was replaced after 33,000 miles. This axle shaft seal problem happened on Wednesday, Jul. 21, 2004.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mercury Tracer

The car involved is a 1997 Mercury Tracer. The VIN of the problem Tracer is 1MELM10P5V_. Front seal leaking at 36,000 mile of wear; asking NHTSA to look into this matter and provide additional infromation on this condition. This problem occurred on Fri., Oct. 1, 1999.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mercury Sable

The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1MEFM50U21_. Mercury Sable 2001 sedan, 47,300 miles, both front axle seals warped. This was discovered during an oil change when the car was on a lift. Many other consumers may not be aware that this may be occurring in their cars. Icalled Ford customer service center and they would not warranty beyond 36,000 miles. Ithe consumer told them there was nothing in the printed owner's manual concerning extended drivetrain warranty. They should not be failing at such a low mileage. It may lead to serious problems, and consumers should not be responsible to fix this-- there should be a recall. This axle shaft seal issue occurred 10/06/2005.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mitsubishi Montero Sport

The vehicle involved is a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport. Dealership said there is sludge in engine due to "lack of proper maintenance". We've had the oil changed according to the manual but believe that the oil pan is positioned wrong as the dealerships told us that about 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch is always left in the bottom of the oil pan when you change the oil, therefore creating sludge. The oil pump has also gone bad on this 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, with 62,000 miles. No one will pick up the bill, even though we paid for an extended warranty. We've also put three alternators on it in one month and had the cam seals replaced. Cam seals also seem to be a common problem with those cars, according to one technician. These problems have been going on since November 2003. Cb. This axle shaft seal issue occurred Jan. 2, 2004.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Mitsubishi Montero Sport

The vehicle having this issue was a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport. Same problem as with the complaint listed below. I blamed my mechanic and nearly sued him for failure to properly maintain my SUV. Research has proven this to be not an isolated incident. Consumer complaint: odi case number: 10054255 component: power train:axle assembly:axle shaft:seal details: dealership said there is sludge in engine due to "lack of proper maintenance". We've had the oil changed according to the manual but believe that the oil pan is positioned wrong as the dealerships told us that about 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch is always left in the bottom of the oil pan when you change the oil, therefore creating sludge. The oil pump has also gone bad on this 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, with 62,000 miles. No one will pick up the bill, even though we paid for an extended warranty. We've also put three alternators on it in one month and had the cam seals replaced. Cam seals also seem to be a common problem with those cars, according to one technician. These problems have been going on since November 2003. Cb cause: result: occurences: 3 injuries: 0 fail date: 01/02/2004 deaths: 0 mcs check date: 1/21/2004. This axle shaft seal issue occurred Wednesday, February 18, 2004.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Nissan Frontier

2008 Nissan Frontier. Consumer writes in regards to NHTSA opening an investigation into the leaking rear axle seals which results in axle lubricant spraying onto and brake disc and caliper. The consumer requested that NHTSA open a full investigation into the axle seal/brake issues. The consumer stated his vehicle has not been repaired. Updated 03/29/12 email req from congressman altmire on behalf of constituent mr. Nicholas j. D'amore re leaking seal defects in certain Nissan vehicles. Updated 04/02/12 updated 04/10/12. This problem occurred on 09/01/11.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Nissan Frontier

2008 Nissan Frontier. Consumer request that NHTSA open,or reopen an investigation into the leaking of rear axle seals issue, which results in axle lubricant spraying onto and thus disabling the brake disc and caliper. The consumer stated his vehicle was disabled by the defect in September 2011. It was 09/01/2011 when this axle shaft seal issue occurred.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Saturn VUE

The car involved is a 2002 Saturn Vue. Leaking right axle seal. The failure date was Jan. 12, 2008.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Saturn SL2

The vehicle having this issue was a 2001 Saturn Sl2. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1G8ZK527X1_. The axle squeaked while the vehicle was in motion. . Front left axle has been replaced, but noise continued. Consumer took vehicle to another dealer where the technician located the problem-axle seals. Technician replaced both axle seals, and problem has been solved. It was Monday, September 9, 2002 when this axle shaft seal issue happened.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Subaru Outback

The car is a 1999 Subaru Outback. Wheel bearing was leaking grease when it was lubricated which caused an unusual noise. Dealer replaced the seal for the wheel bearings.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle was a 1999 Subaru Outback. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 4S3BG685XX_. Transmission failure due to seal leaking fluid to front differential. Requires new transmission. This issue happened on Sunday, Apr. 6, 2003.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Suzuki XL7

The vehicle involved was a 2003 Suzuki xl-7. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is JS3TY92V53_. I had the brakes checked and the mechanic made me aware of an issue with the rear breaks. The rear axle seals had leaked on the rear brake pads, drums and the rear axle. The mechanic called the Suzuki dealership and was informed by their service dept. That it was a problem. I was informed that it could have resulted in my axle freezing up and of course my rear brakes were not up to par. There is a bulletin out (my mechanic told me, the Suzuki dealership told him) but no recall. This problem occurred on Friday, October 20, 2006.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Suzuki Sidekick

The vehicle is a 1996 Suzuki Sidekick. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JS3TD21V3T_. Axle seal failed, caused brake shoes to rotate and lock rr wheel. This axle shaft seal problem happened on August 1, 1999.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Toyota Tundra

Rear bearing failure in 2004 Toyota Tundra, related parts abs gear broke. Not able to control truck at a regular stop feels like truck wants to keep going. Also feels like the rear violently shifts. Number of vehicles with same problem are unknown. But is a ordinary thing according to local dealers!!!!!!!!!. The failure date was Sunday, January 28, 2007.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Toyota Tundra

Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5TBRT34152_. 2002 Toyota Tundra developed problems with the brakes. The consumer stated she had the truck fixed several times for vibration, spongy brakes, extended stopping distance and pulling to the right. The dealer continued to replace the drums, resurface the rotors and replace the pads but the problem continued. The right rear axle seal was leaking for the second time. This problem occurred on Fri., Jul. 1, 2005.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Volkswagen Passat

The vehicle involved was a 2002 Volkswagen Passat. The VIN of this Passat is WVWPD63B52_. Failed of both left and right outer cv boots. This axle shaft seal problem happened on Sunday, February 6, 2005.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Volkswagen Passat

The vehicle involved is a 2002 Volkswagen Passat. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was WVWWH63B72_. Had to replace both cv boots with less than 55,000 miles on car. This issue happened on Tue., May. 23, 2006.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Audi A6

The consumers Audi A6 quattro has problems with both upper control arms being loose. Both front outer cv split open and leaked and front prop shaft leaked. The left front tie rod was loose. This issue happened on 12/01/04.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Audi A4

The car involved is a 2003 Audi A4 cabriolet. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is WAUAC48H53_. Failure of right cv joint, boot became detached. In 1996 Audi had to issue a recall for this exact problem. I was told it was due to road hazard but upon inspection it appears to be a faulty connection. I have the part and want to know if taking pictures of it will help you issue a recall on this failure. The boot failed as a result the cv joint fails. Even though I a have an extended warranty the covers the part, they are saying they won't cover it because it was demange resulting from road hazard. It is obvious that this in not the case that it failed either because it was installed improperly at the factory or the seal failed as happened in the 1996 recall. The failure date was April 21, 2008.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Cadillac STS

The car is a 2005 Cadillac Sts. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1G6DC67A25_. Rear differential very wet and leaking in garage. Called gm was ask several questions and told to carry it to crest Cadillac, hoover,al and let them check problem. Was told not to let them fix it and gm would call me to see what I was told. I did carry it to crest Cadillac and was told it is the rear pinion seal and is very common. Gm called me back and ask what they said and ask several question again then told me it is not covered under any recall and would not help with repair. The failure date was Thursday, March 22, 2012.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Cadillac SRX

The vehicle was a 2005 Cadillac Srx. The contact was driving 65 mph when the vehicle exhibited an abnormal whining. The vehicle was taken to private mechanic for maintenance where the mechanic confirmed that the rear rack and pinion was leaking and needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and advised the contact that the vehicle was not included in the recall associated with NHTSA campaign id number: 07v589000( power train:axle assembly:axle shaft:seal). The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and the current mileages were 109,000. Updated 01/10/lj updated 01/11/12. It was 12/06/11 when this axle shaft seal issue occurred.

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car   Axle Shaft Seal problem of Jaguar X-type

The car involved was a 2007 Jaguar X-type. Vehicle identification number (VIN): SAJWA51A77_. The whole rear end of the car fell on to the ground. This axle shaft seal problem happened on 12/20/07.

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