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How much to replace leaking rear axle seals on a 2001 jeep grand cherokee laredo
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

How much to replace leaking rear axle seals on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

(2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee)
I had the rear shocks replaced on my son's Jeep while he is away on Army deployment. The Technician at the Sears Auto Center indicated the leak on my bill although he didn't specify what side its leaking from. How much would a repair like this cost on averge and would the Jeep dealer where we bought the vehicle be the best place to go for the work or is this something any reputable garage can do?
How long have you had this problem? Just notigied last week during other work
Tags: jeep, grand cherokee
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on April 08, 2018
Hello,

I would suggest calling some local repair facilities local to you:

https://repairpal.com/repair-shops/jeep-repair-and-service-in-belleville-new-jersey

It's your choice whether you go to a dealer or trusted repair facility with a good reputation. Do a little research, it can pay off.

Pricing will vary -- dealers can be more expensive but utilize factory trained technicians and original equipment parts. Non dealers can be staffed with folks just as skilled, at a bit of a lower rate and use either original equipment or aftermarket parts. Either can be a great choice! Developing a relationship with folks you trust is probably the best choice.

As a note, axle seals can be done by most skilled repair technicians with reasonably standard tools as long as they have a good vehicle lift to work with and a reasonable facility.

Shop around near you to get real world quotes.
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on April 08, 2018
Hello,

I would suggest calling some local repair facilities local to you:

https://repairpal.com/repair-shops/jeep-repair-and-service-in-belleville-new-jersey

It's your choice whether you go to a dealer or trusted repair facility with a good reputation. Do a little research, it can pay off.

Pricing will vary -- dealers can be more expensive but utilize factory trained technicians and original equipment parts. Non dealers can be staffed with folks just as skilled, at a bit of a lower rate and use either original equipment or aftermarket parts. Either can be a great choice! Developing a relationship with folks you trust is probably the best choice.

As a note, axle seals can be done by most skilled repair technicians with reasonably standard tools as long as they have a good vehicle lift to work with and a reasonable facility.

Shop around near you to get real world quotes.
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