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4x4 Drivetrain 4x4 Repairs & Problems

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Old 01-23-2019, 06:51 PM
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Hi Everyone:

So I did purchase a used transfer case for my trailblazer which is sitting on my garage floor empty of fluid.

As mentioned previous, I suspect a failed clutch pack as the cause of my grief on my original unit.

Everything is doing what it is supposed to, but I can stop the front driveshaft with my hand while the unit is in either 4h or 4L with very little force. (a worn clutch pack is the only feasible reason I can see for this happening)

This brings me to my used transfer case sitting on my garage floor. I can manually shift it into 4 h or 4 l , turn the input shaft and stop the front drive spindle from turning. Making me think my new used unit might have the same issue.

My question is, would auto teck II fluid have any influence on how efficiently the clutch pack would work? If the clutch plates are indeed worn would a transfer case full of fluid make the condition better or worse? What effect does the auto track II fluid have on the clutches. Will it make them grab more or slip more?

Also, anyone know who might sell replacement friction discs. Dealer prices are bloody harsh at up to 22

bucks a disc. The transfer case in question is a GM 226HD.
I would stab it and put proper amount of fluid in and test it.
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Old 01-23-2019, 07:12 PM
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I would stab it and put proper amount of fluid in and test it.
That is an easy option. I have an available heated garage, hoist & transmission jack so really its a hour max to install the used one & cross my fingers. If the used unit does not work I can rebuild my old unit and reinstall it.
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Old 01-23-2019, 08:01 PM
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I've recently tore front diff out of my 02 TB. Took axle disconnect apart to regrease and look over and it seems to be missing the inner thrust washer. Where could I order one from?
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