Alright, so here is the transfer case where we’re rebuilding right now. We’re going to go ahead and put the transfer case back into it. This transfer case is a 231 J. It’s on the underside of a Jeep Wrangler. Basically to fix the…to put the transfer case fluid in it, all you got to do is pullthis one out…actually start with the fuel plug; release that. Noise bothers your sleep which ends up affecting so much more It seeds frustration and res… I believe it’s a 30 millimeter. Then once this is released it will make it so that the oil drains…or the fluid drainsbetter out of this one.
If you wanted to get super technical there’s a plug back here that you can also drain outof if you really wanted to. Just be careful, there’s a spring in there. You’d probably be better off just to drain out of this one. That’s what it’s for. This has just been rebuilt so there’s no fluid in it yet, so I will not be taking this This is Michelle. She is often busy at work and she sometimes needs to let visitors … one out. I’ll just take this one off and just fill it up.
It’s a pretty simple process. Alright, now for the putting in of the transfer case fluid. Basically all you need is the fluid itself and the little pump. I think this was like 10 bucks. And you put it in the fuel hole. And then you just pump to your heart’s content, making sure all the fluid goes inside thetransfer case. Pretty straightforward.
So I think it requires a little bit more than2 quarts, so we’ll see what happens. Alright I filled it up just enough so that the oil would start coming out of this littleplug right here. And then all you got to do is tighten it and you’re good to go. That’s how to change the transfer case fluid in your transfer case.