Okay, I attached the location of the seal for you. Make sure the axle is seated on the C clip. If it is not, it can move in and out and will leak fluid.
1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
2. Remove the left front tire and wheel.
3. Remove the left stabilizer shaft link from the left lower control arm.
4. Remove the left tie rod end from the left steering knuckle.
5. Remove the left lower ball joint from the left steering knuckle.
6. Remove the left drive axle from the transaxle.
7. Secure the left drive axle to the left steering knuckle and strut.
8. Use a flat bladed screwdriver or a suitable tool to remove the oil seal (409) from the transaxle side case (401).
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1. Lubricate the seal lip with transaxle fluid.
Important: Carefully guide the axle shaft past the lip seal. Do NOT allow the shaft splines to contact any portion of the seal lip surface.
2. Install J 37292-B in the seal (409).
3. Use J 34115 to install the new seal.
4. Remove the J 37292-B.
5. Install the drive axle to the transaxle.
6. Install the left lower ball joint to the left steering knuckle.
7. Install the left tie rod end to the left steering knuckle.
8. Install the left stabilizer shaft link to the left lower control arm.
9. Install the left front tire and wheel.
10. Lower the vehicle.
Notice: Refer to Do Not Overfill the Transmission Notice in Service Precautions.
11. Adjust the fluid level.
12. Inspect for proper completion of the repairs.
13. Inspect for proper fluid level.
14. Inspect for fluid leaks.
Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 AT 9:33 AM