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Old 12-22-2016, 12:38 PM   #46
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Didn't you say that "Jimmy", had these replaced once before?

What corrodes them so fast?

New England salt on the streets?

Good of GOODYEAR to look and not charge.

You do need to have this leak stopped, before it causes a real expensive problem in the transmission.


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I am assuming the car being in NYC for 16 years takes a toll. Brake caliper mounts were rusted solid. Guys at the oil change place had a struggle getting the skid plate off. Everything under the car (nuts/bolt heads) are rusted. I can get it looked at next week.

Goodyear by my house has been fair. I had to replace a steering knuckle on the villager once because the bearing was so bad the new bearing would fit right in the knuckle. Goodyear was ok with me bringing in a knuckle I got at a junkyard and just charged me labor to put it in.
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This is the part that is leaking.

http://www.autozone.com/drivetrain/t...?checkfit=true
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And now... this...

Flat tire, chuck out of the sidewall, plus dry rot. Another new tire for Christmas!!
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I hope they just sell you one. Does it have a 2wd mode?
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I got a new tire. That one was in bad shape. It is AWD, with 4WD hi and lo options.
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That's good, a lot of places will only sell you all four when it's AWD. Messes with the transfer case when they aren't the exact same height.
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That's good, a lot of places will only sell you all four when it's AWD. Messes with the transfer case when they aren't the exact same height.
255 75 17 is the size. I have replaced the worst two (perelli's) already. Brand new wranglers @ $190 a pop. The other two look a lot better.

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