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Old 01-14-2013, 03:07 AM
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Transfer Case came loose!

Hey Guys the other day I was driving my excursion and noticed a odd vibration. Mainly under acceleration in around 20-40mph that would completely go away at higher speeds. It almost felt like a bad carrier bearing.

Anyways today I climbed underneath and shook the rear driveshaft and to my surprise the transfer case was shaking with it! I looked further and noticed that the bolts that hold the transfer case to the transmission had come loose and 2 of the bolts from what I could tell are completely missing

So my question is does anybody know the bolt pitch of these bolts or the part number from ford? I looked everywhere, fordparts.com, searching, ford shop manual cannot find anything!

I am also going to take another look today and hope no other damage was caused by this! My main worry is the shaking of the Tcase could have messed up the output shaft of the transmission or the input shaft of the transfer case.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Old 01-14-2013, 02:13 PM
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Ok Guys, I found the bolts at ford they are on order.

So I was reading threw the shop manual and it talks about a gasket being between the extension housing and the Tcase. However the only gasket I can find is the gasket between the extension housing and the transmission? Kind of confused as to were the fluid in the extension housing comes from?

Isn't the transmission sealed and the transfer case sealed preventing fluid from getting into extension housing?
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