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 Post Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 10:28 am 
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I have two ? in one;
1) do transfer cases get any fluid supplied from the transmission?
2) if not how bad is it if they are over filled?

I was checking the fluids and got covered when I pulled the fill plug on the transfer case. According to the owners man. it's supposed to be at the bottom of the fill plug.

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 Post Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 10:38 am 
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screw loose wrote:
I have two ? in one;
1) do transfer cases get any fluid supplied from the transmission?
2) if not how bad is it if they are over filled?

I was checking the fluids and got covered when I pulled the fill plug on the transfer case. According to the owners man. it's supposed to be at the bottom of the fill plug.

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t-cases do not get fluid from tranny, you do not want to over fill the tranny to much if its much more than a half of quart or maybe quart i would drain some out, and when filling t-case you fill till it starts to come out of the top plug


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 Post Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 11:34 am 
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Is the fluid clear red? If not, you have contamination. Drain and refill with any decent ATF (assuming you have NP231).

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Jeepin' Rock Climber wrote:
Is the fluid clear red? If not, you have contamination. Drain and refill with any decent ATF (assuming you have NP231).

I'm with him...if it's that high, i imagine water came in through the vent hose...drain and refill

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so if it looks like a milk shake, you that might be bad....joking


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over full is an understatement!! I think the t-case has been replaced, it's cleaner than the transmission. I'm guessing 5 qts. came out before I put the fill plug back in. I do need to change it, it's not red any more.
I don't know if it's a NP or NV t-case, it's in that p.o.s. Blazer.

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screw loose wrote:
over full is an understatement!! I think the t-case has been replaced, it's cleaner than the transmission. I'm guessing 5 qts. came out before I put the fill plug back in. I do need to change it, it's not red any more.
I don't know if it's a NP or NV t-case, it's in that p.o.s. Blazer.


Your saying 5quarts came out off the t-case before you put plug back in, cuz it should only hold like 2 maybe 2 and half, and i believe the blazer has a NP231C, which has a different input shaft than jeeps NP321 other than that they are they same


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that is correct. When I put the plug in it was just barely dribbling out. What type of fluid do you recomend?

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screw loose wrote:
that is correct. When I put the plug in it was just barely dribbling out. What type of fluid do you recomend?


i use BG synthetic oil Synro Shift Lock 2, any kind of manual tranny fluid like a ATF or something would be fine, i use the BG stuff cuz its FREE to me(sponsor)


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Thanks!!

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you did pull the top plug right :-)

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skidbrown wrote:
you did pull the top plug right :-)


Good form.

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skidbrown wrote:
you did pull the top plug right :-)


Yes I did :tu2:

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