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Vw Tailshaft Flange Seal  Vw Passat Tailshaft Flange Seal Kit
Vw Automatic Transmission Tailshaft Flange Seal Kit - Passat 1999-05 - AWD - w/ 6 Cylinder 2.8L Engine
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Another 1st from Blauparts! Our seal kit contains everything you need to effectively and affordably repair your VW Passat transmission tailshaft (A.K.A. output) flange seal. We help you save time and money!

This kit is relevant to the seal where the VW 4motion driveshaft meets the tailshaft of the transmission. It's NOT applicable to the front axle shafts or the rear differential. Click here for more information on Audi/VW transmission tailshaft seal leaks.

VW Passat Tailshaft Flange Seal Repair Kit Includes:
  • 1 Tailshaft Flange Seal
  • 2 Exhaust Clamps
  • 6 Driveshaft Bolts
  • 1 Driveshaft CV Gasket
  • 1 Tube CV Grease
  • 2 Bottles of German RAVENOL Gear Lube (1 Liter 75w90)
  • 1 Gear Lube Fill Hose
  • Blauparts' Detailed Step-By-Step VW Passat Tailshaft Flange Seal Replacement Instructions
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Vehicle Applications:
Passat Mk III Sedan - 4WD w/ 2.8L 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine (4Motion)
Passat Mk III Wagon - 4WD w/ 2.8L 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine (4Motion)
Passat Mk IV Sedan - 4WD w/ 2.8L 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine (4Motion)
Passat Mk IV Wagon - 4WD w/ 2.8L 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine (4Motion)
Technical Information:
In Blauparts' own service facility, we've repaired many different types of Vw Passat transmission leaks. The most common being a Vw Passat tailshaft flange seal leak. This is often due to the high temperatures created by the catalytic converters, which are located directly bellow the tailshaft flange seal area. Extreme cold-to-hot temperature fluctuations can also attribute to the tailshaft flange seal becoming hard and brittle. Over time (typically around 70,000 miles), the tailshaft seal commonly begins to leak due to it's inability to properly seal. Unchecked, the Torsen differential (which is directly responsible for the 4Motion system) can eventually be depleted of critical gear lubrication. Thus, an unfixed tailshaft flange leak can impact the reliability and longevity of the 4Motion system and lead to very costly transmission problems or failure in the future.