29-3. TRANSFER CASE REPAIR (Contd)
5. Inspect input gear (11) for breaks, cracks, broken or chipped gear teeth (121, scoring on sealing
area (151, and damaged snapxing groove (14). Inspect bearing (13). Replace input gear (11) if
damaged. Replace bearing (13) as follows:
(a) Mount input gear (11) in soft-jawed vise, gear end up.
(b) Install bearing remover to remove bearing (13).
(c) Use slide hammer and,sIide hammer adapter to remove bearing (13) from input gear (11).
(d) Coat bearing (13) with transmission fluid and install in input gear (11) with driver handle and
main pilot bearing installer.
Inspect rear half-case (17) for cracks, breaks, burrs, and plugged oil passages. Remove burrs. Replace
rear hah-case if cracked or broken. Inspect tiont output shaft rear bearing (16). Replace loose or
damaged alignment retaining dowel (18). Replace front output shaft rear bearing (16) as foI.Iows:
(a) Using bearing remover, slide hammer and slide hammer adapter, remove bearing (16).
(b) Coat bearing (16) with transmission fluid.
(c) Using driver handle and bearing instaRer, install bearing (16) in rear half-case (17).
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