Leaks at the front and/or rear differential pinion seal and from the transfer case are common. Leakage from the transfer case normally occurs at the case-mating surfaces and require removal of the transfer case to reseal.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Jeep Cherokee Front and Rear Differential Pinion Seal and Transfer Case Leaks
Jeep Cherokee Problem
Drive Train Affected: Automatic Transmission
Average Mileage: 133,096 mi (14,677 mi - 236,000 mi)
Visitor, 1998 Jeep Cherokee, Automatic Transmission, 236,000 mi
Front Pinion Seal Leaks, Rear Main Seal Leaks Power Steering Pump Leaks
Visitor, 1992 Jeep Cherokee, Automatic Transmission
leaks from rear seal
Visitor, 2000 Jeep Cherokee, Automatic Transmission, 80,000 mi
Seepage from transfer case
Transfer case needed to be refurbished due to this -- new case part was extremely expensive and NOT available by Chrystler. Had car towed to opposite side of the city as the repair place understood and offered to rebuild existing if possible. this was the result - total job savings of anywhere from $400 (used) to $1,200 (new). RECOMMENDED changing the Transfer Case Oils every 40K to keep in top condition...
Visitor, 2000 Jeep Cherokee, Automatic Transmission, 162,000 mi
front pinion seal leak. trying to see how expensive it is to fix without getting ripped off
Rear Pinion Seal leaking how do I slow the leak or stop the leak?