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Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by topo4u2, October 8, 2002.

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  1. topo4u2

    topo4u2 Active Member

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    Hello everyone,

    A person on another site showed me a web page that you might find extremely interesting....at least I did.
    Have a look at autozone.com! There seems to be major info on the Explorers. Wiring diagrams, technical knowledge, how to's etc etc..
    Take a look and let me know what you think.

    Mike
    P.S. I found out that you do not need to pull the transfer case out to change that seal on a 1995 but do on a 97. The transmission shop said I did.
     
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  3. Jason_25

    Jason_25 Elite Explorer<br>ECX Member

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    I would be VERY skeptical on that advice you were given about the TC. The shop probably thinks you have a 1354 and not a 4405. Your transfer case is identical to the one on a 97.
     
  4. topo4u2

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    Hi Jason, no its true. The case does not need to come out to change the front seal, but according to the info I got from that site it does on the 97. If I had known that earlier I might have tackled the job myself.
     
  5. Jason_25

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    I wouldn't take that autozone site seriously at all.

    It is WAY too general.

    Even the computers in their store are wrong.

    They kept trying to tell me I had fawking TTB suspension and rear drum brakes :rolleyes:
     
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    dogfriend Human-Animal Hybrid

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    topo4u2 Active Member

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    Well, if I ever get my truck back from the dealer I will at least check the wiring diagrams for accuracy.
     






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