Call a different dealership. Leaks like this should get priority. I would expect this to be covered under the power train warranty if you're over 36,000 miles.
Thanks Kristen, I sent you a PM.
haha I just saw your recent thread. I'm at 28K right now. Hopefully it's not gonna take them too long to fix. Lucky you're getting new brakes though!I just posted at Service. Same problem. They're replacing my left axle seal at 25k miles.
No trouble codes or any slippage with my Cruze. Just the leaking seal made me scared, and they changed it out no problem. What model and year is your Cruze?Did you get any trouble codes or have any slippage or stuck solenoids when this happened? I have a leaky axle seal and am having a lot of trans issues. Trying to figure out if this is the sole culprit or if I have a bad 3 5 r plate.
The dealer told me it was "normal" to see a little seepage, and as long as it's not physically dripping there shouldn't be anything to worry about. They still changed it out for me just incase. I believe it's an easy swap. They only had my car for about two hours or so and it was already done.Just noticed my seal today while doing an oil change too. Its just starting to seep so I will keep an eye on it. It will eventually need replacing but I will probably wait. Im @ 67K miles so I can't complain.
Im wondering if my midshift bearing is wearing out causing the axle to have a slight womble causing seal to seep. Its the seal on the right side under engine with the shaft that has what I think is called a midshift bearing. Left seal is dry.