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post #1 of 19 Old 05-29-2013, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Where to buy Transfer case filler plug???
mine is stuck and head is stripped


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I would think that would be main dealer only...would be over here.

If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got yourself an electrical problem!
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Where to buy Transfer case filler plug???
mine is stuck and head is stripped
Mine was slightly stripped as well. Try an Allen wrench. I found one that was on a socket which allowed me to get enough torque to get it out
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Here's a pic of what I'm talking about
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First it was sligthly stripped, tried with allen wrench on socket, tools just bent,,,
Then i hammered a torx bit on socket to fit in there, gave it all my force, but just stripped head more, plug still stuck.
Now head is completly stripped

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Here's a pic of what I'm talking about
Just about what i used, 1/4 wrench just blew with the small hex i had,
Tried witha 3/4 wrench with torx but still still stuck, so all That is to late, i deff need a new one before i plan how to Get the old one out.
Might end up drilling it out or something.

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Hmm you could weld a nut on it to at least get it off then buy a new one.
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^^^Somerhing like That, i have a friend who will Get it out somehow,
I really need a new one for later yeah.

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Just about what i used, 1/4 wrench just blew with the small hex i had,
Tried witha 3/4 wrench with torx but still still stuck, so all That is to late, i deff need a new one before i plan how to Get the old one out.
Might end up drilling it out or something.
I would try the weld on nut before drilling. You don't want a bunch of shavings in your tcase.
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Deff dont hammer on it!!!!!
Seems like i will need a new transfer case,
tried to hammer on the fill plug alitte to Get it loose, aluminium housing around the fill plug have now started to crack
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post #11 of 19 Old 05-29-2013, 02:25 PM
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Where to buy Transfer case filler plug???
mine is stuck and head is stripped
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OEM

"Transfer case oil fill plug w/gasket"

P/N: 68001627AA MSRP $2.45

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The specific size of the plug is 14MM-1.5

*below is if you do not want the OEM torx head*

Hex size

13mm

Length under head

3cm

*just in case it is easiest to purchase one from a local supply store, if a dealership is not available.
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Guess i am going for a new rear housing and new fill and drain plugs.
$$$$ flying, guess thats just my Jeep life, lol

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That plug is a perfect candidate for welding a hex nut to the plug. I do not think the case is cracked at all. Those look like casting marks that happens to aluminum a lot. You will find marks like that on your transmission case as well. BTW, I would not recommend hammering on cast aluminum to force a torx into a hex, or a hex into a torx. You are truly lucky you didn't knock a clean hole right where the plug is located. IMO.
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I'm not 100% sure it's cracked. Might be okay with it. If you can't weld a nut on there you can drill the plug out. It might be easier to remove the transfer case from the vehicle. If you remove it and you're still worried you can just replace the back half of your transfer case, you don't have to replace the whole thing. Good luck.

Side note, this is why I always say to remove the fill plug first. It would really suck to drain the transfer case and then strip out the fill plug. Then you'd be stuck with slowly filling it through a tube or taking the transfer case out and bench filling it.
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post #15 of 19 Old 05-30-2013, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Ok, i will see what i end up doing, the rear transfer housing Are discontinuied,

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