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Old 03-11-2012, 10:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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transmission/tranfer case leaking...need advise

noticed a few drops under truck today and it looks like its leaking where the trans/tranfer case couple together. Can you guys give me a run down of what I need to fix it and how to do it. Can I do the job in my driveway or will i need to go to a shop that has a trans jack?

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looks like its been out before (see RTV), you can have it out in 15-30mins depending how fast you are, its easier on a hoist, but can be done easily on your back.
unbolt drive shafts,, unplug electrical connections unhook vent line on top, undo 6 or 7 mounting nuts, slide the TC back until it just clears the studs it will allow the TC to swing down, it weighs about 75$ you can pull it off lay it on your chest then allow it to roll onto the floor, its easier than I explained. having 2 people would make it easier to handle.
when re-installing just worry about getting the 2 shafts lined up, after that rotate the TC till the studs line up with the proper holes (reverse of removal)
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Spend money on good RTV sealant like Mopar or International. I have used them all and these seem to be the best. Tried cheaper on 7.3 oil pan gasket and got to do it over for free.
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Do I have to drain any oil prior to disconnecting the TC?
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