Lebaron Sedan L4-134 2.2L VIN C 2-bbl (1984)
Inspect and verify that the suspected leak is originating from the right driveshaft extension seal (Figure 1). When the leak is verified to be in the oil seal
area, do the following inspection and repair.
The cause of the leak may not be due to a defective seal. The leak may be caused by failure of the driveshaft housing bushing due to poor microfinish of
the bushing contact surface of the inner driveshaft housing.
Inspect the bushing for excessive wear or scoring. If the bushing is damaged, then replace the extension housing in accordance with the following
TRANSAXLE REMOVAL IS NOT REQUIRED.
Remove transaxle shift linkage.
Raise vehicle on hoist.
Remove front wheels.
Remove speedometer cable from transaxle.
Remove control arm ball joint through bolts.
Remove drive shafts.
Remove transaxle oil pan pump.
Remove valve body assembly (remove and discard transmission oil filter).
Remove left body splash shield.
Remove transaxle end cover.
Remove transfer gear nut.
Remove transfer gear and shim.
Remove governor support retainer.
Remove governor assembly.
Remove transfer shaft, snap ring, and retainer.
Remove differential cover.
Remove extension housing and retainer.
Remove bearing race from existing extension housing. Inspect for damage. If race is acceptable, install in new extension housing.