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Old 01-31-2014, 06:17 PM
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np 271 front output seal?

I changed my oil today and noticed my front output seal is leaking on the t-case. I did some searching on here and google without much luck. I learned what t-case I have and I found exploded views, parts, and special tools for sale. What I would like to know is how do I change this seal. Can it be done without opening the case. Or if I have to open the case how hard a job am I looking at. If I do open the case should I do a whole rebuild. How long do the np271 last. I have no experience with transfer cases other than pulling the lever in the cab !
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Anyone have any experience with this or know a direction to point me in ?
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I cant be the only person to ever have an issue with a transfer case can I ?
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I haven't had to replace the seals, but normally you would take the flange off that is bolted to the shaft with the seal, and then use a hooked tool to pry the old seal out, and tap the new one in with a large socket or pipe. You can also run a sheetmetal screw into the metal part of the seal and then pry it out with a vise-grip and pry bar.
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