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2005 terracan highlander transfer case needs replacing already?

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SOURCE: Toyota Highlander 2005

The timing belt runs from the crankshaft pulley up to the head, around the cam gears, back down, over the water pump and back to the crankshaft. Timing belt replacement is a job that is time consuming, and, at times, difficult. If you do not have the proceedure, I can send it to you, but, this is a very specific job, and having the belt incorrect in any one of 6 possible "mistake" positions will result in a no-start or run poor condition. Timing belt replacement for that vehicle is recommended at 90,000 miles.

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There are few procedures, which will help you to shift the transfer case to neutral manually. Click the link below and go through the instructions:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-get-transfer-case-to-neutral.html --------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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It is not hard at all the shift motor is mounted on the back of the transfer case you may need to remove the skid plate if applicable first unplug the connector then unbolt the shift motor 4 bolts I believe. You may also need to apply some rtv or silicone around the mating surface between the motor and case install new motor and connect electrical connector .
--------- Take all of the bolts out and release the clip for with the wires, but there are still two wires running up above where the drive shaft connects to the transfer case, one is a ground, and the other goes straight into the transfer case. To remove that wires. You need to remove those two wires from the connector. Take a pick, (90 degree one) and there should be a bright color rectangle that locks the pins into the connector. Use the pick to pry up the rectangle from the opposite side of the connector the wires enter. When you pull it out, you can remove the wires. The new motor comes with a connector, then you put the wires back into the new connector. Should only take you a 10-15 minutes to remove them. Take your time and take note of what position the wires go into the connector. Take a picture if possible. --------- For more details with diagram, for removing t-case and t-case motor, click this link below:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/08/how-to-replace-transfer-case-shift.html --------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Posted on Aug 02, 2011

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SOURCE: my transfer case has broken itself and i need a replacement one can you give me a price please 2001 hyundai terracan highlander

find a wrecker it will be a lot mcheaper

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