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Instructions on replacing the rear output shaft seal on xfer case?

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by grey26, May 2, 2017.

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    1. grey26

      grey26 New Member

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      I need to replace the rear output shaft seal on my xfer case. I've done quite a bit of searching and found useful information but haven't come across a step-by-step w/pics set of instructions that includes all the tools I'll need, torque settings, etc. I have the Borg Warner 4405. The tag on the xfer case reads:
      AG502 4405-15
      209747 YL24-AA

      If anybody knows of a thread like this, please post the link for me.
      Thanks.
       
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      I've got the same xfer case. Have you found any guide(s)? (Please share!)
       
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      No, I didn't find a guide. I actually sold my Explorer about a month ago. I'll sure miss that vehicle but after 18 years too many things started crapping out on me and I couldn't justify the costs any more. Good luck on your xfer case!
       

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