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I cant get the yolk out of the transfer case for the front driveshaft

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  • redwingsdanc Jun 19, 2009

    i have the drive shaft out and the u joints its just the yoke stuck in the transfer case ive had it out before it came eaisly this time i cant get it to move at all

  • Tommy Cude May 11, 2010

    Will u-joint unbot from yoke?

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It sounds like it slid in too far and jammed lay have to apply heat if tapping with hammer will not dislodge.May have to tap on one side then other to walk it out.

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2001 chevy blazer transfer case removal


How to Remove a Chevy Blazer Rear Transfer Case The transfer case on a Chevrolet Blazer is underneath the vehicle, mounted to the rear of the transmission. On four-wheel drive vehicles, the transfer case takes power generated by the engine and channeled through the transmission and directs it to the front and rear drive axles. Over time, the gears and bearings inside the transfer case can wear and the transfer case must be rebuilt. The transfer case on this vehicle must be removed before it can be serviced.
Things You'll Need
  • Wrench set
  • Floor jack
  • Jack stands
  • Socket set
  • Masking tape
  • Marker
  • Needle-nose pliers
Hide Instructions
  1. Removing the Driveshafts
    • 1 Disconnect the ground cable from the negative battery terminal, by using a wrench to loosen the retaining bolt and pulling the clamp off the terminal.
  • 2 Raise the vehicle and support with jack stands placed underneath the frame.
  • 3 Drain the transfer case. Locate the drain plug near the bottom of the transfer case. Place a waste oil collection pan underneath the plug and use a socket to remove it. Once all the fluid has drained out, reinstall the plug.
  • 4 Remove the bolts that connect the rear driveshaft to the rear axle yoke using a socket. Lower the driveshaft, and slide it backward underneath the rear axle to disengage it from the transfer case. Remove it from the vehicle.
  • 5 Remove the bolts that connect the front driveshaft to the front axle yoke using a socket. Lower the driveshaft, and slide it forward underneath the front axle to disengage it from the transfer case. Remove the driveshaft from the vehicle.
  • Removing the Transfer Case
    • 6 Label and disconnect the electrical wires and vacuum lines connected to the transfer case. Use masking tape and a marker.
    • 7 Remove the transfer case shifter rod. Using needle-nose pliers, remove the clip that connects the shifter rod to the transfer case. Slide the rod away from the transfer case.
    • 8 Position a floor jack underneath the transfer case. Raise it enough to take the weight of the transfer case off the transmission.
    • 9 Remove the bolts that connect the transfer case to the transmission using a socket or wrench.
    • 10 Slide the transfer case rearward to disengage it from the transfer case. Lower the floor jack, and remove the transfer case from the vehicle

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    How do I remove the front driveshaft on a 2003 TrailBlazer?


    there are two types, one will use a slide type joint rubber insul, and will have small bolts holding it to transfer case. the other type will have no bolts and pops in to transfer case, to remove this type you use a small pry bar and pop it out like a cv axle out of transmission, it uses a c clip to lock itself in, wedge pry between transfer case and joint and give a pull.

    Oct 14, 2012 | 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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    I have a 1979 ford f250 4x4 and the tranfer case will go in but it wont turn the front driveline


    I am a bit rusty on the 22 year old part. Someone else may be more informative, but on some of the 4x4 actuators they used different methods of moving the internal parts.

    The actuator used to be Vacuum operated and the part would move a certain distance to put the transfer into high or low mode. If the actuator did not fully extend or contract you would be between gears; sort of in Neutral.

    You are now faced with the front driveshaft free-wheeling(But which end?). Disconnect one end of the front driveshaft so you can feel whether the transfer case is free-wheeling or if the other end of the shaft is turning anything in the front axle. With the front hubs locked, the front driveshaft should not turn or if jacked up, the tires should spin when the front driveshaft is turned by hand.

    When you are assured that the front axle is fine, then the problem can only be the transfer case. I remember people had a lot of trouble with the actuators.

    I hope this gives you a way to test which end of the front driveshaft is the problem.

    There are some Blogs on the internet like Ford4x4Owners.com and Off-Road Blogs which can be very helpful. I hope my suggestion helps.

    Jul 08, 2012 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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    How to remove transfer case from 2002 tahoe


    • Disconnect the ground cable from the negative battery terminal, by using a wrench to loosen the retaining bolt and pulling the clamp off the terminal.

    • 2

      Raise the vehicle and support with jack stands placed underneath the frame.

    • 3

      Drain the transfer case. Locate the drain plug near the bottom of the transfer case. Place a waste oil collection pan underneath the plug and use a socket to remove it. Once all the fluid has drained out, reinstall the plug.

    • 4

      Remove the bolts that connect the rear driveshaft to the rear axle yoke using a socket. Lower the driveshaft, and slide it backward underneath the rear axle to disengage it from the transfer case. Remove it from the vehicle.

    • 5

      Remove the bolts that connect the front driveshaft to the front axle yoke using a socket. Lower the driveshaft, and slide it forward underneath the front axle to disengage it from the transfer case. Remove the driveshaft from the vehicle.

    Removing the Transfer Case
    • 1

      Label and disconnect the electrical wires and vacuum lines connected to the transfer case. Use masking tape and a marker.

    • 2

      Remove the transfer case shifter rod. Using needle-nose pliers, remove the clip that connects the shifter rod to the transfer case. Slide the rod away from the transfer case.

    • 3

      Position a floor jack underneath the transfer case. Raise it enough to take the weight of the transfer case off the transmission.

    • 4

      Remove the bolts that connect the transfer case to the transmission using a socket or wrench.

    • 5

      Slide the transfer case rearward to disengage it from the transfer case. Lower the floor jack, and remove the transfer case from the vehicle.


    Jan 20, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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    I drove through 12-15 inches of water and now my drive train is making clicking and clacking noises when I let off of the gas driving 20-40 miles per hour, before this it made metal squeals my neighbor...


    It sounds like you need to replace some U joints. When U joints start making noise it is too late for grease to fix the problem, the damage is already done. To be sure get under the truck and move the driveshaft at each joint. Try to move it up and down and from side to side. If there is any movement in the driveshaft and none in the yoke, the joint is bad. You should also try turning it to check for movement. Do this with each joint because it is quite possible that move than one joint is bad.
    Don't put off fixing this because you run a real danger of having one of those U joints failing and the driveshaft falling. When you order new ones make sure they come with grease fittings. Once a month 10 minutes with a grease gun will save you a lot of money and extra work over the life of the truck. Hope this helps.

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    Hello i have a 1993 ford f350 4x4 with the 7.3L non turbo diesel and 5 speed manual transmission. my front driveshaft just gave out on me at this wierd looking end where it meets the transfer case. what is...


    I work in an automotive recycling yard. I can only think of either the yolk, or the universal (u) joint. There's usually a slip yolk in the middle of the shaft to compensate for the front end travel (up and down). In any event, you can Google images to clarify what part you're referring to. You can also look for the shaft, or front yolk near you by searching Car-Part.com. If it's just the universal joint and the yolk isn't damaged, you can replace just the u-joint. I hope I've helped. If so please rate my assistance and leave a testimonial. There's only just so much information I can offer without direct communication. Thank you for using Fixya.

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    I cant find the location of the speed sensor for a 1996 Mazda B3000 pick up with auto trans


    Look around the auto transmission for wires that lead to the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor):


    1. Remove the flywheel to converter attaching nuts. Use a socket and breaker bar on the crankshaft pulley attaching bolt. Rotate the pulley clockwise as viewed from the front to gain access to each of the nuts.
    2. NOTE: On belt driven overhead cam engines, never rotate the pulley in a counterclockwise direction as viewed from the front. Remove the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) clamp retaining bolt . . .
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    1. . . . then pull the VSS sensor from the transfer case (4WD) or extension housing (2WD)
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    1. Remove the speedometer cable and/or vehicle speed sensor from the transfer case (4WD) or extension housing (2WD).
    2. On 2WD vehicles, scribe a mark indexing the driveshaft to the rear axle flange. Remove the driveshaft.
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    1. Fig. 3: Speedometer cable connection
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    Will a 1990 or 1991 transfer case work in a 93


    ive never tryed it but i wouldnt doubt if it could work, i dont think chevy changed any mounts or frames or parts related to the transfer case, just before you buy make sure you check the mounting brackets, bolts and difference in size or shape of the transfer case. also make sure the driveshaft yolk is the same size and shape as the old one before trying anything out.
    hope this helps!
                           Joe.

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    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION CAUTION
    The catalytic converter is located beside the transfer case. Be careful when working around the catalytic converter because of the extremely high temperatures generated by the converter.
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Raise the vehicle and support it safely.
    3. If so equipped, remove the skid plate from frame.
    4. Drain the transfer case.
    5. Remove the damper from the transfer case, if so equipped.
    6. On electronic shift models, remove the wire connector from the feed wire harness at the rear of the transfer case. Be sure to squeeze the locking tabs, then pull the connectors apart.
    7. Disconnect the front driveshaft from the axle input yoke.
    8. If equipped, loosen the clamp retaining the front driveshaft boot to the transfer case, and pull the driveshaft and front boot assembly out of the transfer case front output shaft.
    9. Disconnect the rear driveshaft from the transfer case output shaft yoke.
    10. If equipped, disconnect the speedometer driven gear from the transfer case rear cover.
    11. If equipped, disconnect the electrical wire harness plug from the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS).
    12. Disconnect the vent hose from the mounting bracket.
    13. On manual shift models, perform the following:
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      2. Remove the bolts that retains the shifter to the extension housing. Note the size and location of the bolts to aid during installation. Remove the lever assembly and bushing.
    14. If equipped, remove the heat shield from the transfer case.
    15. Support the transfer case with a transmission jack.
    16. Remove the mounting bolts retaining the transfer case to the transmission.
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    I cant find a cv type front drive shaft for my 97 jeep grand ch.


    Yes u can drive with it out its not going to hurt anything do your self a favor like i did on mine go the junk yard get a yolk off a dana 30 the xj will work also and 93 to 95 grand cherokees use the same yolk and drive line make sure u get the u joint style drive line and yolk its only like 30 to 40 dollars for these parts versus 150 to 280 to have the crappy cv style driveshaft rebuilt it way stronger

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