2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Q&A
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Question: Leaking both rear axle seals.
I just had a used complete rear end put in my Jeep by a Tire shop, it cost me $1400. They ordered the rear end from a salvage yard and they told me I had a 1 year labor warranty on any failed part in the rear end. Now both rear seals are leaking 4 weeks after the rear end replacement, and they say that seals are not covered under the warranty. They want to charge me $ 800 to replace both axle seals. I don't have the money to do that, but shouldn't the seals be part of the rear end warranty? - vetdoc
This the same 2001 Jeep you had the axle seal problem with back in 2010?... That's kinda odd!! The seals probably aren't covered by warranty! Look back on your previous question from August-2010. Same advice applies today!... Use the estimator, top of this page... Enter rear axle bearings replace (both)... That should give you a clue as to how much it cost! ... Yep that would include the seals!! - pushrod
what is it & how much to repair?
94 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 5.2 V8 (ZJ). Completely stock with 250k miles. All of the drivetrain and suspension parts are original. Plan to keep it stock. Problem A loud, steady groaning ...
estimate for rear axel seals, transfer case seals, and front differential serviced. Thank you