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i think you have to drain the gearbox which will drain the transfer case,if your not sure then leave well alone because it may have to be sucked out through the filler plug with a special tool part number so and so

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I want to replace my transfer case for a 2006 Ford

You need to raise the truck off all four wheels the remove the rear drive shaft then remove the front drive shaft .Next drain the fluid from the transfer case . next reinstall drain plug. Now use a jack and a flat piece of wood and slightly jack up un the bottom of the transmission to take the weight off the crossmember . Next remove the croosmember brace after removing that and supporting the transmission you can start removing the wiring and contols on the transfer case after dissconecting all that now you can remove the bolts from the transmission to the transfer case , remove all but one easy to get to lower one ( you choose) now start taking the last bolt out while holding the transfer to the transmission .( two people here helps) once you have removed the last bolt slide the transfer case back torwards the rear end some fluid may come out once you seperate these two be ready to catch it with a drain pan . you slide the transfer off the transmission out put shaft and it out . flow the step inreverse to install don't forget to refill the new transfer case with fluid and check the transmission fluid level once you have lowerd the truck back down.

Posted on May 15, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Ford

The procedure is as follows:-------
You need to raise the truck off all four wheels the remove the rear drive shaft then remove the front drive shaft .Next drain the fluid from the transfer case . next reinstall drain plug. Now use a jack and a flat piece of wood and slightly jack up un the bottom of the transmission to take the weight off the crossmember . Next remove the croosmember brace after removing that and supporting the transmission you can start removing the wiring and contols on the transfer case after dissconecting all that now you can remove the bolts from the transmission to the transfer case , remove all but one easy to get to lower one ( you choose) now start taking the last bolt out while holding the transfer to the transmission .( two people here helps) once you have removed the last bolt slide the transfer case back torwards the rear end some fluid may come out once you seperate these two be ready to catch it with a drain pan . you slide the transfer off the transmission out put shaft and it out . flow the step inreverse to install don't forget to refill the new transfer case with fluid and check the transmission fluid level once you have lowerd the truck back down.-------- Also click this link below for more help:-------- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-replace-transfer-case-on-2006.html ----------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Posted on Jun 19, 2011

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SOURCE: how do I change the transfer case fluid on za ford

  • HI, I can help.
  • First things you do is get a drain pan.
  • Then you want to pull the top plug first.
  • Then pull the bottom plug and let completely drain.
  • Then plug the bottom hole.
  • Now fill the top hole until it just barely seeps out and plug the top hole.
  • Wipe the area off.
  • I recommend you take a rag and clean the ends of the plugs off before plugging the holes again.
  • In the past transfer cases have gone through many changes in fluid types. Ford now recommends 75W/140 synthetic gear lube. You don't need motor craft. Just make sure it is what I listed. About 12oz. maybe a tad more.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Posted on Jul 31, 2011

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CAUTION

New transfer case lubricant must be installed any time the transfer case has been submerged in water. Also, transfer case failure CAN result if the correct fill procedures are not followed.

NOTE: The transfer case is lubricated for life and is not to be checked unless a leak is suspected or a repair is necessary.
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