Hello all... Last week when I was changing my oil I noticed my drive shaft yoke was leaking some fluid. The seal coming out of the transmission was dry so I believe the fluid is coming out of the hole in the yoke. I've talked to 2 mechanics, as well as a few transmission shops and getting mixed answers so now I'm pretty confused on which route to take. From what I understand the yoke gets slipped onto the drive shaft; the part of the drive shaft that connects to the yoke has splines on it, and there's an o-ring that goes onto those splines (please correct me if I'm wrong). I've been told that I can simply seal the hole on the yoke and the leak will stop. I've also been told that sealing the hole won't fix the problem and I need to replace the o-rings on the splines and inside the yoke to correctly fix the problem. Then from another shop I've been told that I just need a new yoke and it has nothing to do with the o-rings on the drive shaft splines (behind the inside of the yoke) going bad. I really don't know who or what to believe? I just want my problem fixed. The leak isn't bad, I don't even notice any drops on the floor or my transmission fluid going down. Nonetheless, what would you guys recommend to fix this? I'm reading more and more online forums stating people simply seal the hole and problem solved (only issue I have with that is if the o-ring on the drive shaft splines is bad and the yoke hole is sealed, won't it build up fluid inside the yoke?)???? I could be understanding this wrong but would love to know how I can fix this problem.