reddish fluid is on the axle and lil on the transfer case housing, never worked on a vehicle with a torsion bar suspension, my hanes manual doesn‘t have this procedure, any good online tutorials?
this sounds like the fluid in the transfer case and my experence is replacing the one seal is a band aid. The other ones are likely in similar conditon and I fixed the front axle first and a few months later and some hard 4 wheeling and a couple more went only this time one of them was between the tranny and transfer case and as the fluid leaked out it sucked some out of the transmission too until that started slipping then I lost overdrive followed by the tranny. I ended up at a good shop who suggested next time when the transfercase starts to leak. Have it rebuilt (400 bucks) and they put all new sealss in rebuilt the tranny and put it all back together so I could whip on it somemore. Check to see if the transfer case fluid is red and then talk to your mechanic and figure out a plan.
May 28, 2018
V, your move case is to the rear of the transmission. i do not recognize what Bubbs drives. in certain circumstances the four wheel drive can bind up. you could attempt to unbind it by potential of first, going someplace the position it should be cool and chance-free to attempt this, and positioned the wheels on one area on a floor that they could spin on genuinely and goose the gasoline for a short burst so the wheels spin. Then attempt this in opposite. attempt to shift out of four wheel drive after doing this some circumstances. you ought to attempt shifting even as your transferring inspite of the undeniable fact that it will be complicated. Get a equipment head which will help you. solid success.
May 28, 2018