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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-18-2002, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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My transfer case is leaking

My D300 is leaking a little. It looks like its either coming out the rear cover plate, or the bottom cover. It could be further up but the wind blew it to the rear.
Is the t-case resting on the skid plate?

Also, where would be the most likely place to leak and what would that mean?

Are there gaskets to replace, or is it a sign of wearing out?

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Re: My transfer case is leaking

what i would do is pull the tcase and change all the seals and the gaskets. When one starts leaking the rest probalby are far away.
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Re: My transfer case is leaking

Update - Appologies, I should have looked better. It looks like it is coming out of the front output shaft. Should I pull the whole thing, or should I just replace the output shaft seal. Any pointers?
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Re: My transfer case is leaking

I would just replace that one seal. Pull drive shaft, loosen nut, pull off yoke and pry out seal. Buy 2 seals because I always screw one up. Coat rubber of seal with grease and reinstall. Put stuff back on. Done.
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