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Trans leaking from wheel or seal - 2004 Cadillac Deville

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It is possible that the seal is defective, have seen that before comes right back still leaking. Also it could have been installed wrong or might have gotten nicked when the half shaft was going back in and that would cause it to leak again. I would recommend taking it back to where you got it fixed and having them look at it again, it should be warranty depending on how long ago you had it replaced and if it is their fault they should fix it for free.

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

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