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You need a special tool to loosen the large nut that takes off the fan clutch the right I use a large punch and a hammer to drive my loose on the same part except it is a dodge Dakota. Using the punch method can damage the water pump front bearing so go easy.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Faceing the Engine The Tentioner is on the LEFT side next Pulley Down from the Alternator , Use A Box end 6 point Wrench to Turn Tentioner To the Right (CLOCKWISE) to Loosen the Belt, Take A Good Look at it If there is No Belt Diagram to Remember the Way It is Routed if thats all you need then you R on your way. Good luck !
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
You know for a fact no power is being sent to the front axle? This transfer case only sends power to the front axle when the rear axle is slipping. Are there any unusual noises in the front axle?
If it is the transfer case, replacing it is not too big of a deal. If you are the least bit confident of your abilities, then you can do it yourself. I believe you have the NP242 transfer case, but I could be wrong. There will be a tag on the back side of the case, facing the rear axle, to the left of the drive shaft. On that tag, it will tell you which case you have. You can either have yours rebuilt, or buy a replacement either new or used.
To remove the t-case, first drain the fluid. Next remove the front driveshaft by removing the four bolts holding the u-joint in place. Then remove the rear drive shaft by doing the same as the front driveshaft, only this time it's at the rear differential. Once the drive shaft is free, support the full weight of the driveshaft, not that heavy, and pull it out of the t-case and set aside. Disconnect the shifter linkage and wiring harness. Next, remove the bolts that connect the t-case to the t-case cross member. Lift slightly and support the tranny/t-case assembly and remove the cross member. The t-case isn't very heavy, but you don't want it falling on your head, so remember to support it as you remove the bolts that connect it to the rear of the tranny. Once you bring it out from under the Jeep, and it's rebuilt or you have another unit to replace it, installation is the reverse of removal. Just remember to refill the t-case with the proper fluid.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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