I don't really know the intervals - but you should check it once you get around 60K. Repeat until you have added 13 quarts with the 4R70W. If not check lines from valves to vacum actuator. No problems in the transmission at all. This is where the fluid comes out. Unless you have an owners manual which will tell you, or know … the transmission you have, I suggest you call your local Ford dealer. This article applies to the Ford F-250, F-350 Super Duty 2006-2014.
The bolt pattern is the Ford rotation of the 6 bolt circular bolt pattern. Once it gets the big gushes out and its just lightly letting out - go ahead and put the plug back. It just pulls out, there are no bolts that hold it. Both plugs should be pretty tight mine had thread sealer on them previously , but putting the plugs back should only be snugged like a oil drain plug. Step 7 - Clean the metal mating surfaces Use a metal cleaner to clean the mating surfaces between the truck and the new transfer case.
However most likely there would other noises. Drain the fluid before removing the transfer case. The friction modifier makes the mechanism work smoothly. The Jeep Dana 20 and Ford Bronco Dana 20 are not the same. To access the fill plug, simply reach up and place your ratchet head in the fill hole. If no sound valve is bad.
Running the engine in the next steps will pump the fluid out of the torque converter. It is probably a good idea to use new gaskets, but if your old gaskets are still in good condition, you may opt to re-use them. Don't spray the inside of the differential with any type of cleaner —it can damage seals and clutches and wash away critical start-up lube from gear and bearing surfaces. There are fluids that say for transmissions that used Mercon but that is not licensed or verified to be the right stuff. The top two on each side are the most difficult to remove and you will do yourself a big favor by using a swivel extension type of ratchet to remove them.
I decided to change my transfer case fluid since I just went over 77K recently. Anyhow, gently fill it up and fill it like a differential - until it starts to flow out of the fill hole. Place a drop cloth and drain pan in the area under the transfer case before you remove the drain plug—this can be a messy job. Bronco Dana 20: 1966-1972 — These cases had a 2. Also could be a vacum line Jan 09, 2010 There is a vacum powered actuator on the front differential housing on the passenger side.
If the fluid runs low or becomes contaminated, it can lead to failure of the differential. Suction gun Use a suction gun to inject fluid in tight spaces. The 205 may not be shift-on-the-fly for some, and confusion may exist because there are six versions. If both lines hold vacum check valves. On a 10 scale, this is a 2. Please note: this applies to the 1st generation 1997 to 2002 Ford Expedition This is my first write up here on the boards and I hope new users will find this beneficial and use this guide as a reference. Step 7 - Clean the metal mating surfaces Use a metal cleaner to clean the mating surfaces between the truck and the new transfer case.
Touch a wire from the battery + to the other terminal of the valve. Positioned underneath the vehicle, a transfer case is made of an aluminum or steel housing and contains a complex system of chains, belts, or gears. Step 4 - Remove the drive shafts Unbolt the rear drive shaft from the transfer case. Pro Tip The drive shaft slip yoke should only go back in two different ways; however, you may want to mark the relationship of the drive shaft to the rear differential plate. Nothing tricky about this job - except the refill! Refill through the dipstick tube with the same amount as you just pumped out. This article applies to the Ford F-150 2004-2014 , and.
FordTechMakuloco shall not be liable for any injury, damage, or loss to any person or property that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or any content contained in this video. Additionally, some have a slip-yoke on the rear output. Then remove the electrical connections at the speed sensor and the 4 wheel actuator. Listen for a clicking sound. Always add the friction modifier first and then top off with the gear oil.