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The axle shaft seal in your car is a gasket that keeps fluid from leaking out of the vehicle’s differential.

Axle shafts, or CV (constant velocity) shafts, are essentially long metal poles that connect the wheels of your car to the transmission gears, and allows the wheels to rotate.

The CV axle shaft seal is a rubber or metal seal that is located where a vehicle’s CV axle meets the transmission, differential, or transfer case.

Constant velocity (CV) axles are a drivetrain component commonly found on many modern road going vehicles.

The axles transmit power from either the transmission or the differential to the drive wheels on your car.

Your car’s axle must allow for the wheels to move around, bounce, and freely rotate.