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Thread: MAINTENANCE : Jeep JK Wrangler NV-241 / NV-241OR Transfer Case Service

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    Got it in with original bolt! This is a guess but I dont think anyone has ever taught my jeep to wash in dark crevises or behind his ears. I got about a golf ball size mound of dirt rocks and sand out of the top of the nut area... cleaned the heck out of it with WD-40 and an old toothbrush; the bolt turned in by hand.
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    MAINTENANCE : Jeep JK Wrangler NV-241 / NV-241OR Transfer Case Service

    Is it okay to use the same bottle pump you used for the trans to do the t case?
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    More money saved! Thanks Eddie!!

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    Very simple!

    I bought a new torque wrench and tested the torque on the bolts before I removed them: 48 ft.lbs. for the skid plate, 15 ft.lbs. for the fill and drain plug on my 2013 Wrangler Unlimited Moab (the same as the torque in the link posted in the comments). I bought a marine gear oil pump from Walmart (looks similar to the example) and it worked fantastic. Thanks so much for the instructions!

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    Ok so I followed the directions but some plastic came out, possibly sealant??? Is this normal??1477528642272.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrismendoza10 View Post
    Ok so I followed the directions but some plastic came out, possibly sealant??? Is this normal??1477528642272.jpg

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    Came outta where?


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    That came out of your transfer case drain hole? Not normal. I've seen small pieces of rtv come out, but nothing like that before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    That came out of your transfer case drain hole? Not normal. I've seen small pieces of rtv come out, but nothing like that before.
    Yeah it was at the bottom of the drain hole. I saw it blocking the flow so I pulled it out and it was just loose in there


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    These writeups are great sitting on 23k miles good to know for the future defently subscribed to come back to it.

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    Subscribed... need to do this after the T-case swap.

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