Here's what went into my case. Factory on left and new on right. I think the part number on he bag got ripped though
89 YJ S, 2.5L/AX-5/NP231
99 WJ Limited, 4.0L/42RE/NP247
93 YJ, 4.0L HO/32RH/NP231 - Sold
Originally Posted by imstillatwork View Post
Find the"YJ of the month" contest in the stickies and participate!
Eph 6:13 -Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground,
Originally Posted by Opihi59 View Post
Last edited by jeep108; 09-24-2013 at 05:14 AM. Reason: Trying not to be negative ;)
Originally Posted by jeep108 View Post
On my 1995 YJ, they are 3/8-16 on the end that goes into the transfer case and 3/8-24 on the nut end. Use loctite when reassembling these.
I doubt you will be able to find these at your hardware store. Try a Jeep Parts dealer or online.
Here's a picture showing the double nut technique that you will need for the studs.
From my tcase:
Here's one for you guys... My new t case has one of the older speedometer adapter hear things, and my jeep is wired for the electronic... Can I just swap the old manual one out for the electronic one??? Sure hope so cause I have the new one bought and the old one soaking in penetrating oil to get it out!
The above link is for a TJ, but the principal is the same. Find the range on the sender housing that correlates with how many teeth the speedo you are using has... Make sure that range is pointing down, or 6'oclock upon installing, otherwise your spedometer will not work.
Why cant you use the speedo "housing" and gear that you were using before? The differences in speedo length are an issue with respect to the part the plug goes into more than the transfercase...
Trust me, still an amateur and def appreciate your help! Trying to explain as best I can... See if the pic makes sense... Red one came with the tcase, black is the new electronic housing... Can't upload pic from my phone... Can you give me your email address? Please
Otherwise I'll try to email you when I get home.
I'm not sure I am understanding your issue though. There are 3 parts associated w/the sending of speed to your spedometer.
1. The housing that the gauge plugs into,
2. The speedo gear...
3. The wire/plug or cable/wire/plug depending on whether you have electric/mechanical hybrid, or all electrical.
Does your jeep use the cable/electronic hybrid? Or all electrical?
If all electrical, then you have to use the "housing" from an all electric setup, the speedo between the two types of housings will interchange if the housings both require speedos of the same length. Why can't you just use the one that was on your busted transfercase?
As for the difference in lengths, some part #1's and Part #2's listed above were longer than others. The issue is with part #1 as to which gear is correct. If the part #1 you are wanting to use houses the longer speedo, you need the longer speedo, likewise, if you have the shorter housing, you need to use the shorter speedo....
All of the housings described above, will fit an NP231 case... So in essense, you should just be able to swap over the speedo housing, and gear, from your original transfercase, onto the new case.
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