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    Ok I have an NP207 and it just started today leaking pinkish milky fluid out the tail cone. a pretty good puddle when I parked it. What seal has went bad and is it worth it to replace the seal. Should I just order and sye and rebuild it. Also does the transfer case fill up threw the transmission or does it have a seperate fill point. Educate me. What should I do.
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    Speaking only from old school, Dana 20, Dana 300 they are stand alone tc. (Pinkish fluid is porbably the AFT for the 207.) So I really can't answer you.
    I would definiantly do the SYE! My friend has had more trouble with his driveline (93 YJ) he continues throwing u-joints.
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    Sounds like ATF leaking out. If it's coming out of the tail, it's more than likely the output seal. The seal might cost you $10 and then however much ATF you need. Most t-cases don't hold more than 2 quarts total.

    I'm not 100% sure on the 207, but all t-cases have a fill plug and a drain plug on the side of the casing. Just remove the fill plug and add the needed fluid.
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    Is the seal hard to replace. Should I just throw the sye on it now since its leaking. I will look for a fill/drainplug tommorrow. ugh so many leaks outta this pig when i park it i have puddles in like 4 diff spots.
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    haha. time to go through it and do the shitty job of replacing them.

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    Is it pink milky like a strawberry milk shake color? What kind of trails have you been on lately? Take on any water? Change the seal and do a full change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rescueyj View Post
    Is the seal hard to replace. Should I just throw the sye on it now since its leaking. I will look for a fill/drainplug tommorrow. ugh so many leaks outta this pig when i park it i have puddles in like 4 diff spots.
    Just park it on the street. That is what I did my old Yota. All the transfer cases I have worked on always had their own drain and fill plugs. I was looking at my 241or yesterday and the plugs take HUGE allen wrenches to get out. Just more damn tools I have to buy that serve only one purpose...like that damn T-55..
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    #1. The only "Stupid Question" is the one that's not asked.

    #2. I agree with Crazy4ink, change the output seal.
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    Sounds like the output seal leaking, most likely you went wheeling in some deep water/mud and took on water, hence the whitish colored oil.

    Drain the fluid and chance the seal, seal change is easy.

    Pull the driveshaft, pull the yoke of if you have one if not just pop the seal out with a seal puller or prybar whichever one you have, and then replace the new seal by using a piece of wood and a hammer to tap it in being careful not to bend or dent the seal. Lube the rubber with some leftover oil and re-install said yoke and drive shaft.
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    Yea if I have never mentioned it before I hate mud and water. But I guess this is what I get for goin and pullin that guy out of the muddy water great combo on sat. Deff has water in it cause it looks like a milkshake lol. Fml its true nice guys always finish last
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