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Not too big of a deal.
Remove driveshaft from vehicle.
Disconnect any electrical wiring from transmission.
Remove gear shifter.
Support transmission on a transmission jack, or a good sturdy floor jack.
Remove rear transmission mount, and crossmember.
Lower transmission slightly to help gain access to the engine-to-trans bolts.
Unbolt slave cylinder and hang it out of the way.
Remove engine-to-transmission bolts, and bouncer bars (if equipped)
Slowly pull transmission away from engine. If it's stuck, double-check to make sure all the bolts are out, then try raising or lowering the trans a bit with the jack and/or pry in between with a pry bar to help break it loose.
Remove transmission from vehicle.
DON'T lose the dowel pins! They are needed to line up the engine to the trans properly.
Remove clutch pressure plate from flywheel, and remove pressure plate, and clutch plate.
If the rear main seal is leaking (behind flywheel) NOW is the time to change it (cheap $10 part)
Installation is in reverse of removal.
Hello grega1967, your Jeep Wrangler came from the factory with gear oil in the axles and manual transmission, but the transfer case uses transmission fluid. It is a NP231 and your axles are Dana 30 in the front and Dana 35 in the rear. They should have a 4.10 gear ratio due to you having a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder.
remove whole axle.. take strut assembly and steering gear apart ,. then big nut at hub, pull strut/steering linkage away from axle out of center...then pop inner axle shaft out of transmission , with drip pan underneath as you will flow trans fluid from there..do both sides then separate trans and drop...good luck
you have to remove ball joint nut and separate it. Then disconnect the tie rod end. Use a flat bar between the axle and the transmission and pop the axle out of the transmission.You can now pull the calliper toward you and the axle will slide out of the wheel bearing