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    Axle seal leak

    Has anyone had to replace one? I've got one that's leaking and the car is way past warranty but the cvt has been replaced(used) about a year ago. It's looking like another dealer only item that neither dealer in town has in stock. 2-5 days away...That's my biggest complaint about these cars, they rarely need to be fixed but when they do you'd better not be in a rush cause parts can be hard to get.



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    I have replaced them, but not on the mirage, thankfully the mirage has a good bit of room to work in!
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    Seems like almost all of those kinds of parts are generic universal parts. If you've got another trans laying around, pull the seal out and measure it... or look for a part number on it. I bet you can find a replacement.
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    Good point. It's just a jatco transmission, I'd guess the seal is the same or similar for a spark or nissan. I got one shipped in from the dealer. It just showed up here. The Mitsubishi part number is 2702A072. The numbers on the actual seal are NOK AH23651. 2702A072 is also a part number for a dodge seal, couldn't find a pick for it.

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    I don't know anything about automatics, but on a manual transmission, you better drain the fluid before you pull an axle. Otherwise you are in for a big mess.

    This reminds me, I need to get around to topping off my gear oil.



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