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Old 12-03-2011, 09:53 AM
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2003 F250 auto ESOF transfer case help needed

Ok, I'm mechanically inclined when it comes to 2 wheels turning... not 4. I just got a helluva deal on a 2003 F250 XLT with a few issues. It has a 5 spd automatic with ESOF. The transfer case is cracked between the input and output shafts from top to bottom. What are my options as far as a different transfer case? Do I need the exact same one or should I just order new and be done with it. I searched all the local junk yards, but everytime it gets down to the "4 or 5 speed automatic" they don't have it. Any help would be great.
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there are 2 choices-the np273, and the np271. The 273 is the ESOF case, the 271 has a manual shifter. Just order the one you need, but make sure to get it from an AUTOMATIC TRANS truck, as they have MORE input shaft splines. Any year 03-07 will work just fine.
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there are 2 choices-the np273, and the np271. The 273 is the ESOF case, the 271 has a manual shifter. Just order the one you need, but make sure to get it from an AUTOMATIC TRANS truck, as they have MORE input shaft splines. Any year 03-07 will work just fine.
So what about just changing the case itself. Before I realized how bad it actually was, I drove her home. I know power is transferring through the case. Can I just change the covers on it?

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Old 12-04-2011, 11:44 AM
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Nevermind, got one coming. Thanks for the help dazdillenger
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