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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?
Hi I have a 2 wheel drive 2001 jeep grand Cherokee that has a right rear axle seal leaking onto the brake pad. I was quoted $900 to replace just the right axle seal (parts and labor) and another $200 to replace brake pads. It seems pretty high for the right rear axle replacement. Do you guys think Im getting ripped off? Thanks