I've got a 1986 GMC 4x4 half-ton pickup with a New Process 208 transfer
case. I have noticed a leak coming from the 208's output seal. I
removed my rear drive shaft and slipped it out of the 208. I am unsure
how best to remove the output seal from this transfer case, and I would
rather not damage it if possible. Any ideas?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
If your putting a new one in, why worry about the old one?Rip it out of
their and tap the new one in. The only dammage I would worry about is dont
scratch and gouge the inner surface of the seal housing.
Use a large flat-head screwdriver and pry it out being careful not do
anything other than remove the seal.
Tap a new one in, check the driveshaft yoke for a warn grove that might be
assisting the leaking!
On Mon, 24 Jul 2006 17:06:21 -0500, "Shades"
<shades_1970(at)netins(dot)net> wrote:>Tap a new one in, check the driveshaft yoke for a warn grove that might be
I alway put some sealant around outside of new seal and make sure case
hole is clean too. I also use a block of wood with a heavy
mallet/hammer to tap it evenly into place and seat it.
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