get the seals checked out around the transfer case and tranny
Replace the seals.
never mind i found the problem and fixed it...
the front diff is not engaging its not the transfer case which is manual the solenoid needs replaced
Either the transmission tail seal or the transfer case input seal has failed. The transfer case has to be removed to replace the seals.
Either the output seal on the trans or the input seal on the transfer case has failed. You will need to remove the transfer case to change both seals.
shaft axle seals
Yes, that can happen. When it does, the transfer case will need replaced. Causes include mileage wear and running with low fluid.
if you can see it at the front of the trans its the front seal or rear seal at back of trans but there is also a seal between the trans and transfer case that can go causing your transfer case to fill right up with oil, hard on seals. to check this remove top plug on transfer case and if more than a few drops come out like quart or 2, seals between the trans and transfer case are bad. hope this helps.
Encoder motor (transfer case motor) needs to be replaced it is on the transfer case. the gears strip out inside it, or the shaft breaks. you can get them on e-bay. really easy to change.
Noises from transfer case
No, the oils are held separate by a pair of seals.No, the oils are held separate by a pair of seals.
the shifter sheet needs replaced this can be done without removing the transfer case
2000 ranger 4x4 i replaced the gem and selector switch no power to transfer case motor
What does a transfer case shifter motor do
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.
The transfer case is bolted to the rear of the transmission Engine / transmission / transfer case ( front to rear ) on 4x4
You can not transfer acourt case unless yours is federal. If it is google transfer federal co.urt case
The transfer case is attached to the Transmission.
242 transfer case uses ATF+4 transmission fluid. 247 transfer case uses a special transfer case fluid available from the dealer.
The chain must be replaced, cannot be fixed. If you are able to remove and split the transfer case, the chain replacement should be easy for you. You may also want to replace the clutch plates and spacers if you are already in there. If you have never removed and opened a transfer case, you may want to consult this wiki again to ask about the procedure...
The transfer case is mounted to the rear of the transmission
The transfer case uses ATF.
The transfer case goes between the transmission and differentials. This transfer case keeps your vehicle in all wheel configuration.