|03-11-2008 06:44 PM|
|jeepcrazy98||ya its not got many miles on it at all i replaced it a while back when i thought that was the prob and its a high preformance clutch to so i should be good on that|
|03-11-2008 02:10 PM|
No seals to worry about unless the new tranny or old t-case is leaking as both are sealed self-contained units. You'll need an E-10 and E-12 extended Torx-head socket adapter too. Two E-12 bolts at the top hold the tranny to the engine and one (IIRC) E-10 at the top holds the t-case to the tranny. Otherwise it's a bolt-up process if you're just replacing an AX-15 with another AX-15, there is no sealing of the tranny to engine or t-case to tranny to worry about.
I hope you are replacing the clutch and throwout bearing while it's all apart, unless the clutch has very low miles on it.
|03-11-2008 01:34 PM|
|jeepcrazy98||hey guys sorry bout the details its a 98 manual 4.0 and which seals and stuff do i need|
|03-10-2008 07:06 PM|
|03-10-2008 07:05 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Give us some details man, we're not mind readers. What model Jeep, which engine, and what tranny is going out and in?|
|03-10-2008 06:59 PM|
|64panhead||ive done both manual and auto just ask if you have any questions. before you even start make sure you have a jack stand and a floor jack with a wide lift plate for stability|
|03-10-2008 04:13 PM|
|1BLKJP||Which tranny? Manual or Auto?|
|03-09-2008 10:42 PM|
hey yall got my new trany just wonderin if anybodys ever changed one out or got any tips