Question about Suzuki XL7
I have changed the gear oil in the front & back axle (75-90), I also changed the gear box with the same oil? Is this correct or the transfer case use different oil?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try jacking up one side of the front and putting it on a jackstand. Then turn key on(but dont start it) and put it in 4hi. Try to spin the tire in the air. The drive shaft should not turn nor the wheel. If the wheel does then maybe the acuator is not moving in the axle. It worked when you pulled it out but it might be hanging up on something in the axle.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
The transfer case uses two types of oil one is automatic fluid the front part of differential takes gear oil 85/120 wt. both differentials I would use synthetic oil and would run 85/120 however if the rig has been well used you might want to go with a higher weight oil oil so you don't get wheel seal leaks.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
It could be the right side CV. Have you thought to put the spare on the right front to eliminate an out of balance tire? Then if it does not help you can switch back when changing the CV.
Posted on May 03, 2010
Its sounds **** you are haveing a problem with the vacuum actuator that moves the gear in and out of 4 wheel drive mode. Its located under the battery tray. You need to remove the battery and the tray then its easy to serivce its a diaifram and if it isn't holding vacuum eighter its bad or you have some kind of a vacuum leak leading to it If you can fix it now your gear should be ok just don't let this go to long it could lead to some expensive repairs It cuuld also be the vacuum actuator at the transfer case but this sounds like you are haveing someone do this work for you. Iwould ask them why they didn't fix the problem correctly in the first place thats what you pay them for and it sure sounds like they misdiagnosed the problem in the first place
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
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