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Looking for bearings for X type transfer case bearings.JF506E automatic tranny. mfg.(8/01)

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Contact your Carquest Auto Parts store. They have a division called WorldPac. They can get you anything OEM(2 days tops),save you 1/3-1/2 the cost, and get the Jag parts you need with speed. Good Luck

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what type,
what viscosity.
how to do it, ?
how often.?
it holds 3 pints
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hours.?

depends on the shop and tools, for sure and skills.

When I was 19, could do it 2 times faster .

took me 10 hours last time.

there are 2 ways.

drop tranny , and transfer case (w/tranny lift jack)

and pull engine. only.



as i said, tools make the difference.

today id jerk the engine, sure would. hood off.

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I cam make this simple that A/T rear coupling must not spin
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and faq page
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