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Getting really annoyed with this Jeep! I love her but dammit, shes getting to be too much! 2007 XK, 3.7L. So, my front drivers side cv axle will not stay in it's place, in the differential. It keeps freely pulling out a couple inches, by hand and while driving. Which is causing a small diff leak and crazy noises. I checked the clip, even went as far as getting a whole new cv axle and clip, and still having the same issues. Does that mean it's a problem inside the front diff? Or should we try replacing the axle seal? I dont know if that would even solve anything. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, please and thank you;

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