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Post the year of your Rodeo and perhaps the engine size if known. This might help to identify the axle.

On some, there is a fill plug more to the top of the differential. That's the roundish piece about midway between the rear tires. The fill plug is on the back side of the differential.

A 3/8" ratchet will loosen it. If gear oil flows once removed, your differential is still full of fluid. If not, add 80W/90 GL-5 gear oil until it does.

Once you've identified the year/engine, somone familiar with it may step in with more information.

What I've provided is merely an attempt to keep fluid in the system until it's repaired.
 

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You need to smell the fluid that is leaking. Many times a brake fluid leak is wrongly diagnosed as an axle leak. You will have a very strong odor to the gear lube. If you can get under there you can usually determine where the leak is coming from.

You need to heed Mikes advice. At least make sure you have enough oil in the rear end.

how much $ to fix it.
That all depends on how long you wait to check the oil and how low it is. It will be very costly if you toast your differiential gears and have to have your axle rebuilt, or replaced.

Where is it leaking from?

Joe
 
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