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    Default 241c transfer weeping

    Hey guy's,
    I have a 91 Chev Suburban witha 241c trans case that is seeping from the back where the drive shaft comes out. I changed the main seal, no differance. The fluid seems to be coming from the the center where the spline goes into the yolk on the drive shaft. Is there a gasket kit that I can order to fix this?

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    Your talking about the front yoke on the driveshaft. You can pull the shaft out and clean the yoke out and then put some RTV sealant inside the base of the yoke, or buy a new yoke.

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    Well I guess for now the RTV will have to do. Thanks for the help.

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