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You can drain to the appropriate level and recheck after driving. The rear main on the transmission may be leaking into the t-case causing the condition. Advise checking the transmission level. Engine hot, vehicle level and running in park or neutral. This could be a good indication of leakage if low.

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

  • comjoe Jan 22, 2013

    Thanks for the info. I found that I had to replace the seal on the input shaft of the transfer case. Time consuming but not overwhelming.

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