Transmission leak on 2004 Buick Century

The transmission has developed a good size leak at the driver side output shaft, or drive shaft. I am told that it will be more involved than the seal at the point of entry for the half shaft and is actually an internal bearing/seal problem. True?

by in Romulus, MI on November 07, 2010
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ANSWER by on November 07, 2010
correct. there is a bushing that wears and if it is bad the shaft will wobble and cause the seal to pass fluid. take it to a trans shop for a check and a bid. Roy
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