Jeep 1994 Wrangle with transfer case output bushing problem
April 23, 2014 - Author: BartBarton
I have a 1994 Jeep Wrangler
Question: Within 3 months spun tail bushing again after and before rebuild on the transfer case. Can you tell me what I need to do to locate the problem.
Answer: We would that you check out the run out on the transfer case output shaft, use a micrometer to check the slip yoke (worn slip yoke will cause this problem) also check the u-joints and have a driveline shop high speed balance the drive shaft. Let us know what you find we can provide the parts you need. If you send the driveshaft to us we can check it out and repair if necessary.
For more technical information give Chuck a call at 800-444-0775 he can help you.
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1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 NP261 Transfer Case Problem
April 15, 2014 - Author: Courtney
I own a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with NP261 Light Duty Transfer Case. Question: This is a very nice pickup I use 4WD sometimes in the winter month, with little off road activities. The transfer case lately has started jumping out of gear, Can you tell me what the problem might be? Answer: Based on our experience with the NP261 Light Duty the popping out of gear you mentioned is typically caused by problems associated with the input shaft, input bearing and or worn case where the input bearing rides. It will be necessary to remove the transfer case, dis-assembly and inspect the unit you should pay attention the the range hub and range fork for excessive wear, they may need to be replaced. You can see the parts that we can provide for repair of your NP261LDL transfer case on our site. A detailed parts assembly drawing is available.
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