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Old 10-18-2009, 12:35 PM
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transfer case

i have a 96 f150 4x4 AODE with electric shift transfer case and anyone tell me how to the fluid system works on this truck the both use ATF but are the separate?
 
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They are separate.
 
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Yes they are seperate. You can drain and refill the transfer case with the drain and level bungs without loosing any fluid from the transmission.
 

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