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06-27-2011 08:27 PM
superj use a screw driver to pull that out. its just a normal old seal, like an axle seal. just hook the edge and flip it out or use a big bolt and thread it out.
06-27-2011 02:06 PM
Rollbar Thanks for the tip on the freezer.
06-27-2011 09:43 AM
143hc The new seal is very snug, put it in the freezer for a while before installing it. I had to tap the old one out from the inside, I couldn't pull it out with a seal pick.
06-24-2011 11:07 AM
jorns Anyone know where i can get this parts? Napa refuse to send parts outside of US.
06-19-2011 02:15 PM
Rollbar Yes U don't have to drop the pan and on page one is the part/# from NAPA.
06-19-2011 03:13 AM
Originally Posted by VACJ7 View Post
Can you post a part number and where you bought it? I may have to tuck one away for the future.
I found the tool:

So you are saying that with this tool i can change the seal from the top of the transmission, and even dont have to drop the oil?

And AFAIK, this is the seal you used?

What about this part, i read that it was smart to change that i same operation, agree?

Anyone know where i can buy all this from one store? I live in Norway, and i dont think Napa are sending parts out of US.

06-18-2011 07:48 PM
Rollbar Seal @ NAPA.

Tool is $50 bucks on line but a friend of mine is mailing his to use.
06-18-2011 07:27 PM
VACJ7 Can you post a part number and where you bought it? I may have to tuck one away for the future.
06-18-2011 05:17 PM
Rollbar Yes, I am waiting on the tool to come in so I can change out the seal w/out dropping the pan etc.

the tool comes as pictured. use the black tool to remove seal. install black part of tool over shaft and use wrench to turn black part of tool into seal. use another wrench to turn bolt into black part of tool to remove seal. use silver tool to install seal.
06-18-2011 12:10 PM
jorns Any progress on this ? I am having the same problem, but have no idea how to fix this.

05-03-2011 10:15 PM
Rollbar Well I picked up the seal from NAPA, and hopefully I can get to it next week. Real busy weekend coming up.

I'll try to post up some pics of the install if I can get my camera up in there.

Thanks for all the help so far,
05-01-2011 05:12 PM
Rollbar Thanks all, I'm going to get a seal and look @ it. I'll have to get the tool (maybe AZone rents them) and I'll do a write up.

We will see.

Thank you all again,
05-01-2011 08:02 AM
CJ Chet Here is a link to the site where I found the TF999 parts manual, also added my CJ FSM just for good measure:
05-01-2011 07:08 AM
rrtex1 You may b able to pull it from the top. Would need a tool with a hook on end to pull it. If not you have to drop the valve body and push it out from the bottom like the pictures show above. Good Luck!
05-01-2011 05:45 AM
RjTack Go buy the new seal to see what it looks like. There is a lip around the outside edge. If you can't get it out that way, you have to remove the valve body and push it out from the inside. You might be able to get to it with a small screwdriver, or punch without removing the valve, it's been a while, I can't remember if that shaft is attached to the valve body, or next to it.
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