Need to find a shifter boot and knob to complete the swap. Dual transfer cases is feature a 4. I've been forced to remove the front driveshaft no easy task to prevent unnecessary wear and tear on the front differential. Are you a Toyota truck fan? Lot's of stuff has happened that delayed the project but, in the end I've been able to make it happen. The consumer provided a copy of repair invoice. Top vs Forward Shift In both photos the transmission and transfer case have been separated to show where one ends and the other starts.
The stock transfer case is then installed behind the T360 adapter. If so we invite you to join TacomaForum. I'm sure this will reduce the resale I've had 4 Toyotas,probably my last. Ron I ahve not done this before, but I would think it would be easy to swap from the electric to manual J-shift transfer case. That is why we have put kit B together for you, this is the perfect kit for a guy who is going to run a dual case set up. Units are completely rebuilt and inspected. Whether your an old timer or just bought your Tacoma you'll find that TacomaForum.
This puts your transfer case in a new spot, affecting your drive shafts. It also helps show the shift forks on the forward shift setup. Please see core details listed below. Also, when the outside temperatures were below zero degrees the keyless entry would not unlock the vehicle. The block off plate of a forward shift style tcase can be seen from under the vehicle.
Some transfer cases have a block off plate installed on the top hole and are shifted via shift trails and a shift lever located at the rear of the transmission. Like longer tranny vs shorter tranny. On applications that use a transmission with a 21 spline output you must use a 21 spline input gear on the front reduction housing of a dual case setup. I'm confused about something though. Now the seals on the shifter to transfer housing went bad in some of the older ones and leaked oil and the transfer case has to be torn down to change them which makes it a big job if done right. This may be a stupid question but does your front driveshaft spin all the time after this swap or do you have locking hubs or something like that? These two are then bolted to a 4wd section.
I'm not to happy with the auto transfer case it has no neutral and the electronic case kinda scares me for the future if any problems arise I heard the actuator is really expensive. Now the seals on the shifter to transfer housing went bad in some of the older ones and leaked oil and the transfer case has to be torn down to change them which makes it a big job if done right. All other gear driven applications in this year range use 21 spline gears. There are 4 different adapter plates to choose from depending on the engine and transmission combinations: Directly behind the transmission adapter is the crawl box. The only things I had to do to mine is swap both drive shafts since the multi mode case is longer then the stock and also some crafty wiring to get the front diff to shift properly and to get the dash lights to work. Too bad the j-shift cases out of my generation truck don't fit for ya. My issue came when I was at an offroad park and I was driving through some water a few times and ended up getting water in my speed sensor wiring or something like that and once there is some kind of fault, the truck locks you out of everything except the ability to go forward or backwards.
Includes front and rear output seals and front dust seal. I'm sitting in knee deep mud and it decided to turn off 4wd on me because a speed sensor has some water on it? Our Tacoma applications start a T6061-Billet transmission adapter plate. Once you join you'll be able to post messages, upload pictures of your truck, and have a great time with other Toyota Tacoma fans. Pretty much does it all. Has anyone tried to convert from the puck style transfer case switch to the shifter looking switch? The dealer attempted to repair the vehicle once before unsuccessfully.
It just don't seem wort it. She took the vehicle back to them to let them know that it was still not working because they didn't fix it correctly. I have had mechanical electronic switches fail on me in the past and would like to eliminate that possibility from the get go. . And for the most important question. In addition to that you will also need a new top shifting shifter to shift the new T case. This special adapter allows the original chain drive case to be bolted up to a gear driven reduction box.
I have taken pictures and videos of the vehicles rust and have tried to up load them to you but your system will not accept the images. Here are some pics of the swap. To get the gear driven Toyota Transfer Case up to the ability to handle serious power- you are in the price range of running something much better. Thats how I run my speedo. Thanks for all the help guys! And the truck never goes off road.
I still have the add actuator though. Floorboard and drive shaft modifications are required for dual transfer case installation. Your speedo cable from your '93 Explorer will slip into that hole without any problem. Is the dial case weaker than the manual shift? Visit my site to see a parts list for the 4x4 swap. I have all of the sensors switches in the right spot on the transfer case. Interested to see if anyone has any information or thoughts that I don't or a good source of info.
I've been working on this project since january of this year. If the cover has 7 bolts as shown in photo it is a gear driven case. Please see core details listed below. Thats how I run my speedo. But the cases are built similarly in terms of strength, its just one has an expensive electronic actuator to move the shift forks and one has a lever.