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Your thoughts please. When changing the front diff fluid I noticed a couple of drips on the bottom of the diff. When I went to remove the fill plug it was loose I could turn it with my fingers. Fluid changed, drain and fill plugs properly tightened. Checked the diff again a small drip plus the diff case was quick warm plus I could see the threads on the plugs were wet. My question is would a blocked breather cause my symptoms?
 

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Also curious on this, both my front and rear diff do this on my 05' NAS. Very slow on mine though, maybe 4-5 drips every month on the white garage floor.
 

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Hi Buba, it did cross my mind but decided against it. I'll give it a try later today. Thank-you
 

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All sorted with some PTF/Teflon tape around the threads of the fill plug. Thank-you Buba.
 
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