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I took what I thought was oil plug and spring and bullet looking thing fell out not sure how it was in there

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SOURCE: 04 dodge ram hemi rmove plug from transfer case

bullet then spring then of course the plug. that thing is your detent for your shifter its what keeps it from jumping into another gear

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The ball(bullet) goes back in case first with the spring behind it and the retainer bolt last. Hope this will help you.

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