- Jul 14, 2005
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- Southeastern Ohio
Very easy. There is a drain plug and fill plug. Both 10mm Allen wrench. Drain then fill with atf-4. It's like 1.6 quarts or so it takes. Under 2 quarts. I would get a quart bottle pump to pump it in the hole. I just changed mine last weekend.PCV valve, oil change, and air filter today, tomorrow I’m gonna vacuum the liberty and attempt to change the fluid in the transfer case…anyone have a how to handy on that procedure by the way?
PCV valve, oil change, and air filter today, tomorrow I’m gonna vacuum the liberty and attempt to change the fluid in the transfer case…anyone have a how to handy on that procedure by the way?
Ah yea I’ve been there before, once when I was younger and it was one of my first oil changes, I bought the wrong filter, drained the oil and threw the old filter in the dumpster, lo and behold the new filter didn’t fit so I was stuck with a car with no oil lol, I appreciate the advice and the walk through, thankyou so muchAs said above me, standard procedure on the t-case. Glad eagle knew the sizes for you, I couldn't remember them.
I always break loose the fill plug before the drain, in the event your hex breaks or the plug strips, you still have a t-case with fluid to go buy whatevers further needed to further fix the problem
Open the fill hole, then open the drain plug. Once it’s empty enough, put the drain plug back in. I use a hand pump that screws right on the oil bottle. It looks like a soap pump. If auto stores don’t have them, look into boating supplies. They’re popular for filling the lower units on the motors.PCV valve, oil change, and air filter today, tomorrow I’m gonna vacuum the liberty and attempt to change the fluid in the transfer case…anyone have a how to handy on that procedure by the way?
Crash it against a barb wire fence while trying to avoid hitting a cow on a curb I'm currently looking for replacement parts.This should be a great thread that we can keep going. That way we can all keep up with the small day to day tinkering and give some ideas to those looking to do something! Pics are strongly encouraged!!! (Cheers)
I tried using a coupon there once that said “online only” in fine print. The manager wouldn’t even come down to the checkouts. I buy my red flavored tools at another store, now.Had some errands to take care of with the next day or two off, so I wanted to get some fuel system cleaner to throw in the tank. It was buy one get one free for techron, and rustoleum self etching primer was on clearance, things were off to a good start.
Next stop was home depot, good sales on the red flavor battery tools at the moment. The sale I wanted was buy a tool, choose a tool or battery free. Both are in stock so I went to the store, but they informed me that's just an online promotion. I asked if I could order it with them at customer service since the tools, myself, and the money were all already at the store. They said go order it, and choose store pickup and come back and get it .
I go back home to order (didn't want to fumble on the phone with all this) and only one was eligible for store pickup, the other had to be shipped, and would lose the free shipping to do it that way. So of the tools I want available in stock there, I have to get them shipped. One arrives tomorrow and one arrives Saturday LOL