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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 4wd TD oil leak
1 more way is ther but takes time ,quit more.
try to weld front differential where oil is gonna leak & but do this when your all oil is out of differential case than it will happen baater so,
another way is 1 solution which is highly recommanded for this type of crack in differentials,which still i cant get that name but at branded service center they will do for your differentials case.
Posted on May 17, 2008
Rear output shaft? you should only have one transfer case :) Ok so put the ebrake on. Put the truck in neutral. Matchmark the yoke to the tcase. remove the bolts that hold on the ujoint. This should drop the driveshaft from the tcase. Use an axle socket to remove the nut holding on the yoke. Tap the yoke off with a soft face mallet. pull out the felt ring. Using a seal puller remove the seal. tap in a new one very carefully. reinstall in reverse order. ensure you torque the nut to the required torque aling with the ujoint bolts.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
billbohman: Unless GMC has had some change I am not aware of and that has not been published in service manuals for the repair of these units, the procedures are the same as any seal replacement and require no special tool. There are some universal seal installation tools which I would venture the majority of techs don't have because they substitute other tools in their place most of the time. Most techs will have a special tool designed from removing seals. However, the seal can be removed without it.
Just use a little common sense when removing a seal. Don't damage the casing.
Posted on May 10, 2009
No. The out-put shaft on the tranny goes straight through and there are no seals except for the transfer case out-put shaft. There is only a gasket that seals the two cases.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
depending on if its is from the drive shaft or the main shaft either way you will have to do a bit of work if it is the driveshaft seal I believe you can remove shaft and change seal with case in truck but dont qoute me on that if not remove transfer case and at that point it is pretty much the same amount of work for the main or the driveshaft side. get yourself either a rented or borrowed tranny jack and drain fluid before removal make sure you have all little tubes and wires off before you try and wrestle it out have a friend around for saftey good luck be careful and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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