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post #1 of 3 Old 03-31-2020, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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32rh extension housing removal

I've removed the transfer case for a rebuild and while it is out I would like to replace the gasket #14 as it was leaking slightly. I believe it entails simply unbolting extension housing and replacing gasket...but I'm not positive. Will fluid dump out or springs and balls go flying everywhere if I remove the extension housing or is it simple and straight forward? I will also replace seal #8. Thanks.

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post #2 of 3 Old 04-02-2020, 12:20 AM
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Seems to be pretty straightforward. Might be a good time to do a filter service and band adjustment as well if it's been a while.
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The job was straight forward. I believe the leak was from the threads on the bolts that hold the hosing to the transmission as the go into the main cavity of the transmission. I used high temp thread sealant on them. Replaced seal as well. Transfer case is back together other than output shaft bearing and seal which should be in next week. Cog around governor must be parking pawl. Seams a bit puny. I would advise to never winch with transmission in Park. It is strange that in your attachment the transmission is upside down.
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