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Old 01-31-2011, 07:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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put in new transfer case shifter sheet and cannot put on the clip where have to turn it into place. been trying for hours any suggestions
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With one hand push down on the retainer, while you turn in clockwise with a large flat blade screwdriver in the little slot. it should push down, and lock in 90 degrees?
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Yup, a long handled flatblade is your best friend when working on your transfer case...
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on my 87 zuk, it is a PITA to install lock collar, gotta use 2 screwdrivers.
on my 2000 tracker, i can put it in with one hand, no tools.
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thanks for the replies. didn't have a big screw driver (got stuck on the trail once in N and had to pop this thing with small screw driver and was easy with no bushing) and also found the problem through another forum on here. turns out there was still a little remains of the last bushing I swear wasn't there when i put in the new one took that out and so easy after that, ahh feels good.
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thats is some good testimony!
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