Hey All, I have been having similar issues with my 2012 BT50 where the front output shaft seal on the transfer case is leaking.
So just for a bit of background:
About 1-2 years ago, my front output shaft started leaking from the lip seal at the yoke - got it fixed (lip seal replacement).
A year or so later, it started leaking at the same spot again so got it fixed 3 months ago, they installed a output shaft upgrade kit (seals and yoke replacement)
After 3 months it started leaking again and im getting over the reoccurring $600 charge to fix it.
I went back to the guys trying to get it fixed under warranty and he had another look. He said theres some slight play, when shaft is shaken, im hoping its not the bearings. Mechanic also noticed the front end tailshaft rubber boot covering the slip joint seems pretty stretched out.
I have a 2" lift, the mechanic thinks the shaft could be too short causing added stress and increased wear on the lip seal and angle. He said i may need to get a longer tailshaft, but i found a 12mm spacer designed for 2 inch lift. Im a bit surprised the people that this sort of thing would not have been installed when my suspension was done...
Tail Shaft Spacer Front 12mm Ford Ranger Mazda BT50 2nd Gen - RoadSafe 4WD
Just wondering if anybody has had similar dramas with transfer case leaking oil from front output?
If so, did you end up resolving the issue?