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2002 ford f150 4x4 manual trany want to remove transfer case do iunbolt it from the front or back side of mount

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I just did this on my 04 f150 heritage 4x4 manual... first you have to remove the rear cross member where the torsion bars are adjusted at... not sure what you mean by the side mount, but there are i believe six bolts that hold the transfer case to the tranny... 3 on the right, and 3 on the left, the upper right and left are difficult to get to... it makes it easy if you remove the forward drive shaft first and there should be some cable and fuel brackets on top of the tranny back by the transfer case that you could remove to... once you take those bolts out, transfer case should slide right off... let me know if there is anything else i can help with...

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