How to Remove a Jeep Transfer Case?

Answer Removing the transfer case from your Jeep Wrangler is the first step in replacing or upgrading it. The most common transfer case used in the Jeep is the NP231J 3-speed transfer case. Jeep used this... Read More »

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How to Remove a Transfer Case in a 1993 Jeep Cherokee?

Removing a transfer case from a 1993 Jeep Cherokee may be needed to access other parts of the vehicle or to perform maintenance or repairs on the transfer case itself. Removing the transfer case ca... Read More »

How to Remove the Transfer Case of a 1995 Jeep Cherokee?

Equipped with five doors and four-wheel drive, the Jeep Cherokee is a sport utility vehicle with a larger body than the Jeep CJ and TJ. The 1995 Jeep Cherokee was manufactured with a transfer case ... Read More »

How to Remove a Transfer Case Without Removing the Transmission for a Jeep?

The transfer case in a Jeep divides the power between the front and rear axles. In some Jeeps, the transfer case disengages the front axle for a two wheel drive mode. In others, the transfer case a... Read More »

What Oil to Use in a Jeep Transfer Case?

The Jeep transfer case oil is the same your car manufacturer recommends for your vehicle transmission. This might be Dexron II, ATF+3 or some other automatic transmission oil. You need to service b... Read More »