Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I found a exploded view @ drivetrain.com but there was no names for the components,#2 retainer of some sort(4bolts)#26 viscous coupler housing??(4bolts), and the nut on the front output yoke#39, thank you to ****-40 for your input it is greatly apprieciated
Basicly at the dealer we use air tools to put together the t-case. Air ratchet for the housing and impact for the yoke nut. What it comes down to is when the bolts on the housing is tight, you give it that extra snug.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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