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Clutch replacement 91 pickup 4x4 toyota

Do we take off transfer case first or take transmission off with it on

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well depends how strong you are, and if you are using a car lift or doing on your back. either way drain the transfer case fluid, should be bolt on bottom, otherwise when you seperate the transfer case from trans there will big mess. take transfer case off first note how it is mounted with paint marker and then take trans out. much easier then leaving together.

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Hi. Welcome to FixYa. I will do my best to assist you, with the hopes that you will award me with a FixYa rating for my assistance.

What I do, in my service department, is to pull the transmission and the transfer case as on unit. It is faster, and much simpler. There is no reason to pull them separately. That is way too much work.

I hope that this helps you out.

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