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Locating the drain plug is the first step in draining the fluid out of your transfer case. Learn how to drain the fluid out of your transfer case in this free auto repair video featuring a certified mechanic. Expert: Nathan McCullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers

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10 Responses to “How to Service Your Transfer Case : How to Drain Your Transfer Case”

  1. elrobert79 says:

    thanx man! good videos. they gave me an idea how to do it on my jeep.

  2. silentdeath204 says:

    youre jeep is pretty easy its under youre skid plate and theres nothing annoying that gets in the way. just take a 3/8s ratchet and a 3 inch extension and youre golden.

  3. zjjeepman1993 says:

    the fill and drain on my jeep have a huge bolt head. instead of just a square 3/8 type plug.

  4. DowntownCrony says:

    I think he drank that as it poored out. He’s my hero.

  5. MIORIGAMI says:

    lol! I LOVE his voice! If he would squint, he’d be a twin for “Harry” on 3rd Rock!!
    Thanks 4 sharing though, all kidding aside, I’m learning alot, and I do appreciate it! 🙂

  6. therockkkkher says:

    im surprised expert village finally did somewhat of a technical/informative vid!!!

  7. Positrack1 says:

    Good reminder to noobs not to crank the plug into aluminum, but seriously, if you need to watch a 3 minute video on how to change the fluid in your T-case (which is even simpler than changing engine oil), you probably shouldn’t touch anything under there anyway…

  8. joshuanel18 says:

    who knows anything about a transfer case out of a 98 ford explorer? i need help?

  9. DodgeMan360 says:

    Im pretty sure he’s working on an Explorer in the video, or a Ranger, which has a similar case.

  10. tarrah762007 says:

    How long does it take for the fluid to stop a drippin ?

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