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What would happen if fluids were low on the transfer case on a 1996 ford bronco

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How low do you mean?

  • Just a little low, probably nothing will happen.
  • Very low can result in gear or bearing damage.
The "shade tree mechanic" fix is to:
  1. Put the vehicle up on jack stands (all 4 wheels up).
  2. Drain the fluid, pull the cover and inspect for really bad damage,
  3. Replace the cover and fill with proper lube.
  4. While on the jack stands, run all 4 wheels (not real fast) and listen for a growling noise or whine, either of which mean damage.
Good luck!

Posted on Apr 28, 2015

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It could burn up the gears or bearings

Posted on Apr 28, 2015

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