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Leaking fluid from between the two. 4" wet spot in about 2 hours. Don't have the tools with me here at work to pull the t-case plug and check the fluid level. Will do so tonight.

D*mn, I hate getting to that thing. Gotta pull the skid-plate to do it...

Oh well, wasn't planning on much off-roading in the near future any way.

So, which is the likely culprit, the t-case or the tranny, and how 'spensive for either?

If it's the t-case, it will give me an excuse to pull it and gut it this weekend, and see what kind of condition it's in. I've had this feeling that it's been toast for a while.

Maybe it was the BLACK fluid that came out of it at 30-35K miles....

Also, why would it leak THERE... Nothing in there moves around much, just two metal castings bolted together with a shaft running between them, with a seal on the shaft at each casting...
 

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On many Chrylser 4x4 Vechiles, The two seals between the T-Case and Tranny Leak. the seals at the dealer is like 25 a peice and all you need to do is pull the transfercase and the seals are right there.

Rick
 
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