Not at 48k, but then you'd get the same part that will probably leak again.Only 48,000 miles would they warranty the fix ?
Several sources.....HERE is oneIs there an aftermarket fix ?
Mine failed a month ago and they were wet for a year, pretty shitty. I lost almost every ounce of my Transynd before I could stop. Better to take care of them before that happens. If you have access to hydraulic hose and fittings it's pretty easy to diy, and that's how I did it.Not at 48k, but then you'd get the same part that will probably leak again.
Note: I've had 'em be wet for 100k miles and still not fail.