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On a 99 GC with the 4.0 engine i have a 242 transfer case on the rear output shaft there is a metal slinger. i need to know how to remove that so i can get at the snap ring under it. tried pring just bends.

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  • longdingo81 Jul 29, 2010

    please dont tell me to get a book or take it to a pro

  • longdingo81 Jul 30, 2010

    damn

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The slinger doesn't come off, there is a special snap ring plier to get in there

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The best way to do that is to buy this manual and follow it to the letter. 
http://www.haynes.com/products/productID/228 

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  • longdingo81 Jul 29, 2010

    your a ******* the book says take it to a professional

  • Azrael SRL Jul 30, 2010

    That's an o-ring . In that case force it out whatever the way and put a new one once you have done.

    repair manual  for it  - no pictures -http://www.offroad4x4.info/4/NPNV242.pdf

    and no need for insults.

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