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Where is the drain plug on a 1985 ford f150 transfer case

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Its on the back side on the left

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2006 ford f150 Stx 4wd,is there 2 plugs on here


Sometimes the drain plug can only be accessed after the skid plate is removed. There is one there somewhere. Also be advised, a lot these newer transfer cases can require Mercon V ATF, not 90W gear lube. Make sure you re-install the correct fluid!

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Im assuming that you are talking about the transfer case range sensor. I would first check it for mud/corrosion where it plugs in on the transfer case. If that is okay,..then most likely the sensor will need to be replaced.

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How do I change the transfer case fluid on za ford escape


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New transfer case lubricant must be installed any time the transfer case has been submerged in water. Also, transfer case failure CAN result if the correct fill procedures are not followed.

NOTE: The transfer case is lubricated for life and is not to be checked unless a leak is suspected or a repair is necessary.
  1. Remove the drain plug and drain the transfer case.
  2. Apply sealant to the drain plug threads and install the plug.
  3. The fluid level must be even with the bottom of the filler hole with the vehicle on flat, level ground.
To Fill:
  1. Remove the fill plug and fill the transfer case with SAE 75W-140 synthetic gear lubricant.
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either it is the drive chain in the transfer case that broke or ford also installed a plastic shift disk that breaks about every 600 miles of 4X4 use it is part of the planitary set

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1985 ford F150 is running very rich. (choke is


When you say it's destroying the air filter---do you mean it's all sooted up ?? I am assuming that what you mean.
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You should check the transfer case fluid level. There are two plugs that require a 3/8" drive ratchet to remove. If you look closely, you may have to do some cleaning, one should be marked fill and the other should be marked drain. Remove the fill plug and use a small scrap piece of paper if no fluid comes out to dip in the hole. The fluid should be right at the top. If you can't get any fluid on a piece of paper that is about 2" long then you may have damaged the transfer case. If the fluid level is okay and the leak isn't severe(no puddles or drips in the driveway) then you may want to change the fluid, make sure there isn't excessive amounts of metal flakes in the fluid, and your whine may be a bearing, gear, or pump in the transmission.

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An exhaust manifold leak would not case it to run rough. Check vacuum lines that go to the in take manifold. If you have a line that is open it will get too much air at idle and cause a misfire intermittently. You also need to check plug wires. How long have the plugs been in the heads. Check the rotor and cap also.

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