over here a propeller shaft lives in an old fashioned aeroplane! Occasionally we call it a propshaft, but not often. You're lucky, its an e xternal fix, you dont have to drop the pumpkin & delve inside
1. Remove halfshaft(s).<A href="file:///C:/Users/MLA/Desktop/Service%20Manual/en_US/y2008/lx/si/xml/extxref_0354000370.xml"> (Refer to 3 - DIFFERENTIAL & DRIVELINE/HALF SHAFT - REMOVAL)
2. Using suitable screwdriver (1), remove axle shaft seal (2).
3. Visually inspect halfshaft seal journal for damage (excessive seal groove, nicks, scratches, etc.). Replace halfshaft if necessary.
1. Using Installer 9755 (2), install NEW
axle shaft seal (1). Lubricate the inside diameter with Mopar® Gear and Axle Lubricant 75W-140 to protect seal during halfshaft installation.
2. Install halfshaft(s). <A href="file:///C:/Users/MLA/Desktop/Service%20Manual/en_US/y2008/lx/si/xml/extxref_0354000420.xml">(Refer to 3 - DIFFERENTIAL & DRIVELINE/HALF SHAFT - INSTALLATION)
3. Remove fill plug (1) to check and adjust rear axle fluid level. Top off axle with Mopar® Gear and Axle Lubricant 75W-140. Reinstall fill plug and torque to 50 N·m (37 ft. lbs.) torque.
as I'm a nice guy & those diagrams dont show, here they are below....removal followed by install......