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Pulling apart transfer case

Currently rebuilding the transfer case and having trouble pulling it apart. On older cases there was a notch on the seam where you could using a screw driver. With the 241 case it has 3 spots with ledges and I can't seem to find a away to pull it apart. Any advice?



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Maybe a bar clamp, reversed so it spreads as you squeeze the trigger?

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I usually use a mallet and neat it apart.

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I think I used a pry bar with a couple small pieces of wood to protect those lugs.
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Put a nut and bolt in between those lugs and loosen the nut and bolt. Acts like a spreader.

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Mallet worked.

Found out the seal that goes inside the input shaft to the transmission was at an angle/not seated properly which caused the transfer case to leak oil into the transmission. I don't see how that could've happened.

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Mallet worked.

Found out the seal that goes inside the input shaft to the transmission was at an angle/not seated properly which caused the transfer case to leak oil into the transmission. I don't see how that could've happened.
that IS a little odd. Has it always leaked since you have had it or recently started?

I'd want to know if it was some driving/off-road scenario that contributed to it or if it was an original assembly oversight...

I suppose if your running an automatic slushbox , it wouldn't hurt the tranny since it calls for same ATF+4 as xfer case but that's still 1st I've ever heard of that.

Glad you sorted it out.



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When I've had it serviced they had to top it off sometimes but I didn't think much of it so it's probably been like that since the beginning. It wasn't until recently after I added fluid to the transfer case the transmission was overfilled that I put the two together.

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Understood.





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