Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Buying a relatively high milage 4x4 with broken transfer case NP231. Courious as to what is required to convert to 4x2.
The tailshaft will also have to be changed on the transmission as it is set up for a transfer case and not a driveline. This change requires a lot of modification. Your transmission mounts to the vehicle using the transfer case and there are no mounts on the transmission itself. It would be MUCH easier to just head to the salvage yard and find another transfer case. Most people do not have the resources, machinery, or tools neceassary to build what would be needed to customize a grand cherokee for 2 wheel drive
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Take the tansfer case out take the driveline off the front and get a new driveline going to the rear because without transfer case you rear driveline wont be long enough to reach the rear diff, about 8 hours work and $600.00 ruff est, that is only if the transmission is still good
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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