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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-11-2010, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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Front Diff Leaking??

Sorry about all the questions guys im new to prowlers. My previous thread stated front end making noise well i think i found the problem. I check the front diff fluid and their was none. So i filled her up and drove around and parked it back in the garage and their was oil all over the bottom. Looked with a flashlight and seen it was coming out of rear of the front diff where the front drive shaft goes into the diff. What needs to be done and how. Sorry again and thanks for all the help.
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You have a bad seal, you need to replace it. What arctic cat do you have?

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2008 650 i looked at the OEM parts and tried to find which seal it would be. will this be pretty difficult to change?

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2008 650 i looked at the OEM parts and tried to find which seal it would be.
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2009 700 xtx
alum skid plates (fabrication by me)
rear bumper (fabrication by me)
front brush gard (fabrication by me)
beard seats
crow harnes (4 point)
lower tail light
epi clutch kit
soft top
full wind sheild
e brake alarm (utv crap)
horn
sound proof engine cover
warn winch
trail armor doors
rear sound bar
stage 1,2&3 clutch work by ///AIRDAM
Stock roll cage lowered 3"
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Sorry about all the questions guys im new to prowlers. My previous thread stated front end making noise well i think i found the problem. I check the front diff fluid and their was none. So i filled her up and drove around and parked it back in the garage and their was oil all over the bottom. Looked with a flashlight and seen it was coming out of rear of the front diff where the front drive shaft goes into the diff. What needs to be done and how. Sorry again and thanks for all the help.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-12-2010, 11:06 AM
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I think Desertcat is right you have a a bad seal. Call up Chris at EAAC and he can send one out quickly for you. Chis can be reached at 1-800-293-1586. Great guy to deal with and very good prices.
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