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np208 t-case

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Justin Fleming, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. Justin Fleming

    Justin Fleming 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Does anyone have a exploded view of this t-case??


    thanks
     
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    You may try www.motivegear.com I had to drill around a bit to find the exploded view of my 241
     
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    if you find the diagram, post the link here as i'm sure others (me) would like to see it.
     
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    The exploded view is great.

    Mine seems to be leaking around part 7 in the diagram. It seems that there is just silicone and no gasket. Is that normal or is it possible it has been apart before?

    Also I was wondering where the fill plug and site plug are located. maybe if you could attach the list with the descriptions of the item numbers?

    Also mine has some cable going(speedo??) into it and it appears to be leaking there aswell. Looks like it should maybe have an o-ring or something like that under the plate if you remove the bolt??

    thanks
     
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    Look next to the # 7 . You see two big bolts and washers . Those are the drain and fill plugs . I think they are metric , as my sae wrenches don't fit tight . I usually use a big adjustable wrench .

    The speedo adapter should have an o-ring on it . You can probably get one at the hardware store by matching it .

    The sillicone is OK , if applied right . Mine hasn't leaked yet . You will have to redo it correctly , or buy a gasket , which most likely comes in a reseal kit .

    These are the parts available where the picture came from , CLICKY
     

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