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Chrysler 300 Rear Differential/Axle Seals are Prone to Leaks

 
Chrysler 300 Problem
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Model Years Affected: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012

Drive Train Affected: 2WD

Average Mileage: 56,923 mi (20,000 mi - 95,000 mi)

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Rear differential and axle seals are prone to repeated leaks.

  • Visitor, , 2WD, 42,000 mi

    Found leaking a little at time of service, and require replacement over $600 which includes labor.

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  • Perrigo17, , 2WD, 50,000 mi
     Rookie

    Rear axle seals on right is already leaking. Car was purchased new. Is this a common problem or a recall item? I've never had this problem before so early with a vehicle.

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  • Visitor, , 43,000 mi

    When i drive to stop and start bad suond in the back.

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 75,000 mi

    Rear seal leaked...had it replaced

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 45,000 mi

    Both rear end axils are leaking at rear end differential

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 73,000 mi

    Routine tire inspection before vacation; grease leaking from right rear axle near wheel (outboard, not inboard) - will cost about $500 to replace the axle and seal.

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 95,000 mi

    Leaks had been taking place for awhile, so they had gummed up and sealed. Had it fixed, but very difficult at a shop that doesn't have the special tools that a Chrysler dealer has.

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 20,000 mi

    After only 14 months, recurring problems. As of today 08/15/11, every four months replacement, adjustment, cleaning, something... It appears may be related to vent position. Keeping fingers crossed.

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  • Visitor, , 2WD, 30,000 mi

    During an inspection it was determined that the rear differential/axle was starting to leak. I checked with dealer to get it repaired under warrenty. They had a seal in stock and did the repair. It then leaked more then before I had it in. They ordered anoter seal and installed it. No problem since then.

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