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03-21-03, 11:44 AM   #1  
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how can I change the transfer case oil on my ford explorer

 
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03-21-03, 12:47 PM   #2  
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What does your service manual or autolibrary.org have to say?

 
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03-22-03, 01:52 AM   #3  
There is two plugs the upper one is the fill plug the lower one is the drain plug. Look in your owner’s manual for the correct type of fluid. But I think you have one of the T-Cases that take ATF fluid.

 
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04-18-03, 06:57 AM   #4  
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Yes it takes ATF and is very easy. The tranny takes mercron V and I "think" the same goes in the t-case. But you can call a dealer to check. The plugs simply take the end of a ratchet with no socket on it. You will need a pump to get the new fluid in. Only takes a few minutes.

 
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