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First remove the secondary cross member support. Then support the cross member with jack stands or similar device. Next, use the hydrolic jack that came with the truck (+ a few wood blocks) to place under the trany. Apply just enough pressure with the jack to slightly lift the tranny less than 1/4 inch. Then take out the bolts to the frame first (I removed both sides but only dropped the passenger side of the support to slide out the DPF) and then remove the bolts that support the tranny. Drop the passengerside to the ground, you may have to slightly pry it out (becareful, it's heavy but not uncontrolable). Then unblot the DPF & NOX and remove!
I agree with sneekee!!! Not too hard and pretty self explanitory. I did a 4wd a few weeks ago and we supported the tranny under the tailhousing with a small floor jack. Remived the transfer case skid plate then the crossmember. DP slid right out and new one went right in.
Originally Posted by Brentc
Clay - Can't get right - Je ne peux pas obtenir droit
Exactly how they did it is how its done, not too bad. Just a little time consuming.
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Well I had no trouble putting a hydraulic jack under the drivers side rear of the transfer case and lifting the transmission up a little. Put a small block of wood between the case and the jack. Took off the 3 nuts holding the transmission mount to the cross member, the two bolts on the exhaust side of the cross member and one on the drivers side. Loosened up the 4th bolt and dropped the cross member to the floor on one side. Really pretty easy to do and made for plenty of room to get the down pipe out.
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