|06-20-2007 06:44 PM|
Joe... I am beginning to think you know just about everything... shift shaft seal it is.. I wasn't able to get my head up in under there far enough to see where it was leaking on my ramp It was to high. On the one at the dealership, they let me back in the garage and look up in under it after the mechanic couldn't find the leak.
The guy that took my problem over the phone wrote down transmission vs. transfer case... your the man Joe.
|06-18-2007 10:57 PM|
|simmersm||thanks, definately have a leak, i have an appointment for wed afternoon. It is the wetest right along the seam and when i run my finger along the seam, i definately have cough syrup on my finger. thanks for the info, just hoping to see if i can help anyone else out before something goes wrong|
|06-18-2007 10:23 PM|
There really is NO center gasket in the 241OR. Look real close right at the shift shaft seals. It will be on the driver side right where the cables attatch to shift the case. Mine leaked there when it had 17 miles on it... Dealer took care of it without a problem. I am not saying that you dont have a leak where the front case half and the rear meet, but if you do, still take it to the dealer, and they will have to remove the case and re seal it. Not a big deal though.
|06-18-2007 03:30 PM|
|RipStop||No problems on my 4-door JK other than there was too much adhesive on the rubber seals for the doors and a few highway trips sprayed it all over the paint (looks like tar). The dealership cleaned it up for me and gave me a free oil change so I can't complain too much.|
|06-18-2007 08:33 AM|
Transfer case leak
I was under my jk this weekend after poppin her cherry on the trails and noticed that i have a leak. The center gasket in the tranfer case is leaking, not bad but enough to take it in. Is anybody else had this problem? Trying to figure out if this is trend or just random. Might be a good idea for everybody to take a look to see. I have 4600 miles and it is 5 weeks old.