- Dec 25, 2014
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I would not install a Dorman part in any location that isn't easily accessible because they are cheap and will fail quickly in most instances. Definitely would not use their rear main seal- you are basically doing $1000 worth of labor to replace an inexpensive part. Use the best part possible. I went with OEM on mine.This morning I removed the starter to inspect the crankshaft position sensor. There was oil on the block where the 2 starter bolts go but the sensor wasnt wet. I went ahead and replaced it and added some rtv on the o-ring.
Sort of leaning toward my issue being the rear seal. Since the transfer case has to be removed it doesn't look so hard.
Is there a gasket between the transfer case and the transmission??
Im just trying to see what all parts I need before I dig into it. I already have the dorman rear seal with gasket laying round.