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Change fluid in transfer case

Where do I find the plug on the transfer case on my 1995 Chevy Pick up Truck?

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On the backside of the transfer case,as it sits in the vehicle.The plugs will be facing the rear differential.The one down low is the drain,while the top one is fill,of course.The fluid recommended is automatic transmission fluid,Dexron,and the transfer case is full when the fluid is at the bottom of the fill hole.

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