look at the transfer case,theres a fill hole and a drain hole both with bolts to take out. You can also search on youtube to see a vid.
Transfer case is lubricated by the transmission fluid.
Remove all wires attached to the transfer case. Remove the driveshafts. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Place a transmission jack under the transfer case. Unbolt the transfer case from the transmission. Unbolt the crossmember the transfer case rests on.
Well this is a fairly straight forward process. You're going to have to remove both drive-shafts at the transfer case, they can hang there. Then remove the electrical connections at the speed sensor and the 4 wheel actuator. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Be careful, there will be fluid coming out between the case and the transmission when you get the bolts out of the transfer case. I believe they are 13mm headed bolts. About 6 of them. If your stout enough, you can separate the transfer case, let it swivel down from the alignment dowel pins and slide it out without the use of a floorjack. The case itself isn't very heavy at all. Good luck.
It bolts to the back of the transmission.It bolts to the back of the transmission.
Transfer cases are not like Transmissions they don't have drain pans. They only have drain and fill plugs. Transfer cases do not have filters either.
yoke , you must mean the rear prop shaft including U-Joint yokes. easy, drain transfer case (bottom plug) unbolt u-joint flange at rear axle. prop shaft just slides out of transfer case. 4 bolts and and 1 plug.
there probrably aren't any bolts it is most likely a universal that you need to remove to release the shaft from the transfer case
NO. If you keep finding yourself ADDING transmission fluid often and you have no leaks but the transfer case is over full then you need to remove the transfer case and replace the seal in the transfer case where it bolts to the rear of the transmission.
under the jeep your transfer case remove the bolt with an Allen hole in it with and Allen socket. the fluid should run out of the hole. if you remove the bottom bolt you will drain your transfer case. if you remove the top bolt then you will be able to check it and will not have to refil it.
remove the bolts at the frame rails
The one that fits.
There are two plugs on the rear side of the transfer case. One upper and one lower. These are the drain and fill plugs.
with bolts and tighten
take out 6 bolts from the rear of transmission
You will see 2 plugs on transfer case, the lower is to drain, upper is to fill or check level
Remove the transfer case shield, if equipped.Drain the transfer case of fluid.Remove the front propeller shaft.Remove the rear propeller shaft.Remove the transmission shift control cable clip from the transfer case.Remove the transmission vent hose clip from the bracket, if equipped.Disconnect the speed sensor electrical connector. Disconnect the inline to engine harness electrical connector. Remove the inline connector from the harness bracket.Disconnect the encoder motor electrical connector. Remove the clips from the transfer case brackets.Disconnect the transfer case vent hose.Support the transmission with a suitable transmission jack stand.Remove the transmission mount nuts.Remove the crossmember bolts.Remove the crossmember.Remove the transmission mount boltsRemove the transmission mount from the adapter.Support the transfer case with a suitable jack stand.Remove the transfer case adapter nuts.Remove the harness bracket. Important: The following service procedure must be performed with the assistance from another technician.Remove the transfer case, perform the following:Slide the transfer case straight back toward the rear of the vehicle.Rotate the transfer case so that the front output shaft is above the torsion bar bracket.Rotate the transfer case (with the input shaft slightly lowered) so that the transfer case is parallel to the torsion bar bracket.Lower the transfer case.
Used a 1/2-inch extension with a ratchet. No sockets. Depends on year of t-case, 10 mm allen, or 30mm socket
30 mm socket
It bolts to the rear of the transmission. It is the part both driveshafts hook to.
There is 2 bolts on the back of the transfer case. one is lower than the other for draining and one is a few inches higher for filling and checking.....I'm actually asking a question on here as to what size it is, because it's not a bolt you can put a socket on. it's almost like a oversized allen-key.
there are two big bolts on the back of the t-case, they are diagonal of each other, you cannot miss them. They are pretty large bolts so if you do not have a socket big enough then you need a pair of vise grips to take it off. Take the top bolt out and pour the fluid init unti it comes out of the hole and then put the bolt back in. Now its full! Good luck.
Follow the procedures noted in the following thread. It is for a 97 TJ.4x4xplor.com/clutch.htmlBut they forgot about the 2 E6 star bolts at the top of the bell housing.The passenger side required removal of the shift tunnel cover in the tub.Good luck!On a difficulty scale from 1 to 10, it's around an 8!ANSWERJack the front of the jeep up and support it with the jack stands. Crawl underneath the front of the Jeep and use the socket wrench to remove the two silver skid plates covering the bottom of the transmission's transfer case.Use the jack to support the bottom of the transfer case and then remove the transfer case bolts with the socket wrench. Slowly lower the transfer case down with the jack to reveal the clutch plates.Slide the clutch plates out of the transfer case and slide the new clutch into place. Slowly raise the transfer case back up into position and reattach it with the crescent wrench.Reattach the skid plates and then slowly lower the Jeep down off of the jack stands. Start the Jeep up and see how it runs and make sure that it will shift through all of its gears correctly.
It is on the rear side of the transfur case towards the bottom and up higher will be another one to fill it.