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430 Trans Case Cover Update

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Paul in On

12-25-2006 12:02:42

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Merry Christmas, it's a nice warm Christmas Day out that's for sure. Spent the better part of the day trying to get that cover off of the transmission but can't get under it enough to find the shifting finger that's not allowing me to take ot off. I think I'll let the shop have her and see what they can do with her. HOpe everyone else's day is going better! Paul

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Mike in MI

12-26-2006 19:14:17

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 Re: 430 Trans Case Cover Update in reply to Paul in On, 12-25-2006 12:02:42  
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Like Ken said all the shifting rails has to be in neutral to remove shift cover. If anyone of the 3 shifting rails #"s 13,14 or 15 is shifted beyond the flange cover this will not allow the cover to be removed.

Have a view of the parts break down hopefully it turns out anyways? Mike

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Paul in On

12-27-2006 06:27:29

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 Re: 430 Trans Case Cover Update in reply to Mike in MI, 12-26-2006 19:14:17  
Well, I just need to know, since it's stuck in reverse, what way the forks move so I'm able to pry them back to where they belong.

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Ken L.

12-26-2006 08:53:09

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 Re: 430 Trans Case Cover Update in reply to Paul in On, 12-25-2006 12:02:42  
Had to remove ours quite a few times. Always had to have it in nuetral, lift on the left side enough to get a prybar in and then force it off. Don't use a lot of pressure but it took a fair amount. Putting it back on, everything had to be lined up and then a fair amount of pressure had to be applied to get it back into place. I don't remember what it was that was holding it but, it felt like something had to go overcenter to get the cover off and on.

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