Yes you do have to remove the bars or at least the torsion bar cross member and to do that you either need the otc tool or use a two jaw puller make sure to measure the bolt height before you start and set it the same they control your ride height
The transfer case is attached to the Transmission.
The transfer case for a 4x4 is bolted to the rear of the transmission on your Ford Ranger
The transfer case is mounted to the rear of the transmission
Drop the driveshafts. Remove the transfer case with a transmission jack. it's heavy. Be careful. have fun realigning the spud shaft when replacing.
need to replace transmission seals
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Its a pain. You first have to drop the torsion bars under the truck. Then get a pulley puller and push the torsion bars back up to remove the metal pieces holding the torsion bars in. Remove the puller and take the torsion bars off. You will then need to remove the bracket holding the torsion bars. ONce that is done, you will have enough clearance to drop the tranny. The hard part is getting the torsion bars back on. Come to think of it, I think you can buy a tool from Ford to pull the torsion bars off. It pretty expensive that why I use a pully puller. Not all F-150s have torsion bars. Buy a Chilton Repair Manual for your correct year. It'll tell you everything step by step.
Bolted to the rear of the transmission
Have to remove the transmission.
Transfer case is bolted onto the transmission its a straightforward boat and boat out type of transfer 10 days if you have the BW 4406 we shouldn't be that hard but you will have to remove the cross member and have something to lower it down with because it's very heavy
The transmission for the 4x4 has a different tailpiece so the transfer case can be bolted to the transmission The tailpiece on the transmission would have to be changed
Remove the transmission oil pan
You can remove the transmission pan or pump it out. If you want to also change the filter, which you should, then remove the pan.
The transfer case for your 4X4 is bolted to the rear of the transmission
On a 1997 Ford Explorer 4x4 : The transfer case is bolted to the rear of the transmission underneath the vehicle
You unscrew the bolts.......
take it to a shop.
There is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission panThere is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission pan
A 4.0 ford ranger will hold 10 quarts of transmission oil. This is if the if the transmission is totally dry including the lines and the transfer case.
The transfer case is bolted to the back of the transmission on a 4 x 4 capable Ford Expedition
The transfer case makes it 4x4 not the transmission. As long as the trannys are the same should work
Remove the exaust pipes. Remove the transmission. It is located inside the bell housing section of the transmission.