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Nissan navara 4x4, i am changing gearbox oil, is the transfer case joined on to gear box or is it filled seperatly

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SOURCE: Whats the best way to drop the gearbox & transfer case?

remove the carpet on the floor, remove the gear shift lever as well as the 4wd shift lever, remove the drive shaft (both) remove the bell housing bolts, remove the starter, place a hydraulic lift jack below the gear box , then remove the wiring connectors , then remove the cross member , then pull the gearbox out from its positin, drop the gearbox very carefully, when gearbox is on the floor, make sure its sittin on a up right position so it dose not spoil any of the elctric connectors especially the reverse light switch...(that seems to be the easiest way to remove a manual land cruiser gearbox) hope that wil help....

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The most common thing to go wrong with chevy transfercase is the rear tailshaft has a snap ring that breakes. Just remove the bolts holding it on and inspect the shaft and see if the snap ring is broken.Then just replace it with a new on from the dealer.

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SOURCE: 95 dodge 1500 4x4 wont engage but transfer case is

There is a vacuum switch on top of the transfer case that gets stuck check that. It redirects vacuum to the vacuum actuator on the front axle when the transfer case is shifted into 4x4.

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check your ABS sensors.... sometimes they can get dirty and not read the wheel right.... that might fix you ABS solution.... and possibly your 4x4 it doesnt want to engage in 4 wheel cause of the abs

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first the transfer and gearbox are together but use their own oils and are changed seperatly
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