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Chrysler Pacifica how to fill the transfer case

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If it is similar to the one on Jeeps and Dodges, there is an Allen head screw near the bottom for draining and another higher up for filling. You will need a large pump can or lots of patience with small ones. I believe you need the 3/8 size Allen tool to unscrew it. Add the correct fluid only until it reaches the level of the opening. Reinsert the screw and tighten to 25 foot pounds.

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