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I just bought a 93 4Runner and have noticed a little leak from the Transfer case. I have been looking around the case it self and it looks like it could be coming from a hose ( it looks like a breather hose, from the top of the transfer case to nothing) or possibly from the fill or drain bolts. What I am looking for is a detailed diagram showing the VF1A transfer case but am having a hard time finding one.

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Try this and let me know if it works....I can get a few more diagrams

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