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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I replaced the locking nut for

I replaced the locking nut for the lower transfer gear (I should have done it this past summer with the clutch but anyway) this past weekend and have a question:
When draining the oil out of the transfer case- there was alot more than .17 pints (1/3 cup approx.) in there. I was the one who filled it this summer with the correct amount and I know that the tranfer case and gearbox share fluid- but how could this be and do I have a potential problem? I would think not- but I wanted to check with you folks.

There was probably a cup or more of oil in there.
Could too much oil in there be a bad thing?


Thanks-
 
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Did you drain just the transfe

Did you drain just the transfer case, or transfer case and trans, if just the former you most likely drained a small amount from the trans along with the transfer case oil.
 
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Yep- only drained the transfer

Yep- only drained the transfer case. So now- does this mean I'm a cup or so low on gear oil?
Is that a problem?
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Hi John,

yes the trans drai


Hi John,

yes the trans drains some amount thru the thru hole..add a little more to equal what drained out.

Regards, JRV
 
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I will. It's still up on

I will. It's still up on the stands- so it will be easy. Just another copper sealing washer!

Thanks folks.
 
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