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Removing Transfer Case Skid Plate

Do it right, do it safely!  ◆◇◇◇  Easy


Removing the transfer case skid plate is one of the few procedures that you have to do for many jobs below the jeep.  I am writing up the procedure that I practice.

 

Warning

You are dealing with a cross member/skid plate of the vehicle that is supporting vital component of the jeep!

 

Tools & Parts Needed

Socket Set

Floor Jack and Jack Stands(4)

 

Job Hours

20 Minutes

 

 

 

Procedure


 

Jack Stand Location 1. Place the jack underneath the transmission as shown in the picture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Floor Jack Position2. Remove 4 nuts that are holding the skid plate and the transmission together (position of these nuts shown in step 3).  Place a floor jack underneath the skid plate but do not raise the skid plate.

 

 

 

 

Tcase skid plate bolt position3. Remove the 6 bolts holding the skidpate on the frame.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Lower the floor jack and move the skid plate away from the work area.

 

 

 

 

 


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Written by Michael on 6.10.2006.

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