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Transfer case replacement

I asked about replacing a rear chain on a 92 bronco, but let's say I just wanna replace the whole transfer case do to financial reasons. How would I go about that?

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Make sure you set your parking break and block your wheels to keep the vehicle from rolling.Just drop the rear driveshaft, there are 4 bolt that connect it to the rearend and it should just slip outof the transfer case, unhook the linkage, unplug the speedometer sensor/cable, disconnect the front drive shaft I think that on this driveshaft there are four bolts that connect it to the front end and 4 connecting to the transfer case. I think that there are 4 or either 6 bolts that fasten the transfer case to the tranny once you take them off the case should just slip off. If you need to for clerance reasons you can take loose the transmission mount and remove the crossmember support and let the tranny hang down. Be carefull when you let the tranny hang down because tranny fluid will more than likely poor out so have a catch pan handy and watch it when you pull the transfer case off because your going to leak some fluid out there to and also this thing is heavier than it looks. Two people can probally handle it but I recommend using a floor jack of some sort.

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