Finally, disconnect all wires and you're' good to go. Apply a coat of sealant to the threads of the drain plug and install it in the transfer case. If its being installed as part of a repair or after pump rub has occurred, there is no real way to know the extent of the damage inside the case until it is torn down. It is also recommended to check fluid levels in the front and rear differentials at the same time. What other parts will I need to install this upgrade kit? You have to keep in mind its not always the performance issue of a fluid but the chemical makeup of it that qualifies it for use in transmission, transfer case etc.
I can't find a reliable source anywhere that says my truck is supposed to take 2 or 3 quarts of front diff fluid. Here's how, if you're semi-mechanically inclined. Another friend of mine has a 2004 Silverado and her encoder motor went bad on the freeway. These bolts are under the lock, behind the door panel handle not the door opening handle , and on the bottom of the door panel. This fluid is a light blue color rather than the red color of the previous fluids and is the next generation Automatic Transfer Case Fluid. Also included is a fill plug made of high strength corrosion resistant stainless steel. The 2005 Silverado has to available rear axles, standard and steerable.
He said that they would probably just need to change the tranny fluid. This is commonly referred to as pump rub. Kit Includes:Merchant Automotive Transfer Case Pump Upgrade KitNew rear housing assemblyNew rear output sealMerchant Automotive Performance Transfer Case FluidMerchant Automotive Magnetic Drain Plug KitRear housing bearing snap ringSnap ring pliers Merchant Automotive 22049 A13 Rear Output Seal 28358 1. The 5 tabs around the housing fit into the spots in the rear housing are what positions the pump. The two plugs with wires on the back side of the Air Bag assembly can be removed by gently squeezing the clips with your fingers and pulling out. As I was typing this, I checked the manual again and I now see where they came up with the 22,000 mile figure. Once the thermostat is out, I carefully removed the rubber gasket at its base, then inserted it back into the thermostat housing.
Edited August 18, 2008 by Mr. When I finished the second quart, fluid came pouring back out and I stuck my finger in and down and it felt full. When I finished the second quart, fluid came pouring back out and I stuck my finger in and down and it felt full. Just for information, I had 21K miles and the rear fluid looked fine but changed it anyway. While I had the plug out I took pictures of the amount of shavings and sludge on the magnetic drain plug.
Most wear occurs if the first few hundred miles of operation. Unfortunately we do not have access to the full versions. They say it cures most, not all complaints. So if you fumble and drop your fill or drain plug into your catch pan, go fishing for it and clean it off with your shop rag, because you need it - no substituting here. Once the housing cracks, repairing it requires removal of the transmission and transfer case. Most times, as long as the case has not run out of fluid, it can usually be repaired with a new rear housing and seal and prevented from ever happening again using the upgrade kit.
This is taking into consideration of course that its being installed as preventative measures. If you want to do what you want to do, you have to do what you have to do. Remove the front propeller shaft. Most times, as long as the case has not run out of fluid, it can usually be repaired with a new rear housing and seal and prevented from ever happening again using the upgrade kit. Pump rub occurs when the 5 positioning tabs holding the pump in place wear over time, thus causing the oil pump to come into contact with the housing itself. I called the Stealer and they told me to use Smurf oil. Misterp, Thanks for the great info.
Remember, though, that the clips that you are prying off are very cheap, and usually break off. These cover can both be pryed off. Does this info sound correct? On 2005 Silverado's with a five-speed manual transmission without low gear, General Motors recommends only synchromesh transmission fluid. I can't find a reliable source anywhere that says my truck is supposed to take 2 or 3 quarts of front diff fluid. After 10,000 kilometres and all I heard was clunk, clunk. Technician will update the Body Control Module on 2006 to 2007 model years. What other parts will I need to install this upgrade kit? I had a similiar problem but it's was only when in 4x4 turned outthat I streched the chain and it was tubing the tail section inside the tcase, I would get under there and check it out before you have to replace the hole thing and it's not cheap what tcase you have 261np2 manual? Without the gasket going back on, it would leak.
It has three connectors two large blue and one small black. I called the Stealer and they told me to use Smurf oil. Thoroughly clean the back of the transfer case; you want it spic-and-span to be able to spot leaks later. Nextâ¦ Replace the Air Bag 15amp fuse and put the fuse box cover back into place if you removed it , or reconnect your battery. If its being installed as part of a repair or after pump rub has occurred, there is no real way to know the extent of the damage inside the case until it is torn down.
Even some of the older vehicles, 1990. Everything put back together and I poured in two gallons of Dexcool yes, you want a 50-70% Dexcool-to-water ratio, but with all the undrainable water in the system, at least 2 gallons worth, I would end up with the desired ratio. At this point, all the coolant I can remove has leaked out. Pulled over to side no small feat. Clean any metal salt from the magnet on the drain plug.