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08-24-2008 09:34 PM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by kcruisin View Post
I hear those doing that on the highway, I wonder how I can prevent it from happening to me. It looks like yours doesn't have fluid in it. 'Sorry it happened.

Being that the case is aluminum it does fatuge a little after so many years, and since the NP231 is chain driven that is another reason. It's a good idea to change fluid regularly and keep it full. The case can break some number of different reasons, but the number one issue I know of are dry cases and loose chains. I had to do a rebuild on my XJ's case like 2 years ago because the chain was starting to get a bit of slack in it.
08-24-2008 05:15 PM
Tazman2 luckly im single and already put one on
08-24-2008 12:21 PM
J_Yuk05 i did the same thing 3 weeks ago
08-24-2008 12:17 PM
rrich Bummer!

But I guess that's one way to convince the wife you need a SYE.
08-24-2008 10:10 AM
hardy1531 I think a little bit of "Alabama Chrome" will fix that
08-23-2008 04:24 PM
Tazman2 i did have fluid in it no its on the road i bought the jeep used and i thinking maby no on changed the fluid in it but i don't know
08-23-2008 04:09 PM
kcruisin I hear those doing that on the highway, I wonder how I can prevent it from happening to me. It looks like yours doesn't have fluid in it. 'Sorry it happened.
08-23-2008 01:29 PM
Tazman2 i was coming back from a four wheel trip and i don't know if my 4 wheel drive wasn't properly disengaged or what.
08-23-2008 01:17 PM
Jerry Bransford That'll buff right out.
08-23-2008 11:57 AM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by Tazman2 View Post
the best part about it was i was crusin down the highway
thats not the best part, that makes the story way less cool.
08-23-2008 11:53 AM
ccain I saw this exact thing happen back when I worked for the Jeep garage. The Dept of Natural Resources (Game Wardens Office) in WV all ran Cherokees at the time. This one Game Warden was chasing a poacher and when the chase went off road, he tried to engage 4WD at about 65-70 mph. KA-FAWKIN-BOOM! Transfer exploded. Sent shrapnel up into the cab.

When the owners manual tells you not to shift into 4WD at speeds greater than 55, they mean it!


Make sure you check the tranny over real good! Rarely this happens without causing some sort of tail-shaft damage in the trans!
08-23-2008 10:33 AM
Tazman2 the best part about it was i was crusin down the highway
08-23-2008 06:48 AM
jeeperman Looks like you had a lot of fun that day!!!!
08-23-2008 03:18 AM
BlackE1 wow that blew up.. what where you doing?
08-23-2008 02:54 AM
nicolas-eric how could this happen..?
08-23-2008 02:43 AM
Tazman2
blowen up transfer case

here are some pics of when i blew up my T-case back in may/june
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