The tech was able to access the part number for the fluid witch was labeled as transfer case fluid, Witch i believe is reg old Mercon. The parts guy says Mercon V is the correct fluid. The 205 may not be shift-on-the-fly for some, and confusion may exist because there are six versions. Call Surefire at 1-800-790-9094 for customer service, availability and technical assistance. I went to ford today and bought some fluid for the transfer case. FordTechMakuloco shall not be liable for any injury, damage, or loss to any person or property that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or any content contained in this video.
Tech Note 4: What about Mercon V? The same with my old suburban before that. Viewers should only seek the help of a trained professional located at a licensed auto repair shop for any fix, modification, alteration, or any change to their vehicle. When I changed mine, Ford no longer offered the standard mercon. As for transmissions, you can use the newer fluid in the older trucks, but not the older fluid in the newer trucks. So i tell the parts guy that i need transfer case fluid not Mercon V fluid. Over time, the full-time four-wheel drive could wear out other components.
Just then the tech that did my studs last month walks up, So i ask him if the Mercon V is correct, He said I'll check he comes back with a notebook computer looks it up on fords network and guess what, The correct fluid is transfer case fluid. Therefore, viewer agrees to release, waive, and discharge FordTechMakuloco or anyone affiliated with FordTechMakuloco, from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the viewer, or to any property belonging to viewer, regardless of whether the loss is linked to the use of the contents of this video, or otherwise and regardless of whether such liability arises in tort, contract, strict liability, or otherwise, to the fullest extent allowed by law. Without speedo hole, 31 spline input, 31 rear slip, cupped front output yoke. The bolt pattern is the Ford rotation of the 6 bolt circular bolt pattern. I've got a 06' 4x4 with the automatic transmission and diesel engine. Call Surefire at 1-800-790-9094 for customer service, availability and technical assistance.
The 205 is available in six different versions. Rear output type: slip yoke. Motorcraft ® Transfer Case Fluid is a high-tech lubricant manufactured using man-made base oils and additives that are optimized to provide optimum lubrication for transfer case bearings, chains, and shafts. It was used in early Broncos from 1966 until 1977 and it was used in some Ford pickups. Additionally, some have a slip-yoke on the rear output. Also, how would you go about flushing the transfer case if your current fluid is pretty nasty? Two additional perks are that the case is inexpensive and easy to find.
Rear output type: slip yoke. It makes life 1000 times easier and is pretty cheap. The guy at the counter gave me Motorcraft Mercon V fluid. Made with both right- and left hand outputs, and divorced versions. Tech Note6: California Proposition 65 This product is not subject to California Proposition 65. Please call for customer service and availability at 1-855-870-9696.
Viewers understand that anything contained in this video or linked to or from this video is the sole responsibility of the viewer and in no way provides an express or implied warranty as to the safety or effectiveness of any linked tool, product, or video. Went to my dealers parts counter and asked for 2 qts. I have to get in there and change out that mercon v in my transfer case. The components may need to be replaced due to overuse. The parts guy didn't know ford had labeled transfer case fluid.
Your local parts store should have one for around 10 bucks. The Jeep Dana 20 and Ford Bronco Dana 20 are not the same. Use Valvoline Transfer Case Fluid for a direct replacement. I'm Not sure whats the difference in the fluids. The parts guy said he couldn't access the same info. The links on this video to products are for informational purposes only and in no way are an endorsement of the safety or effectiveness of the particular product. It is heavy-duty, geardriven, and relatively easy to find.
Why you want it: Early Bronco versions have a strong housing, are small and lightweight, and can handle a fair amount of torque. But Ford doesn't have Mercon label any more so he came back with Mercon V. . I have a 2000 Excursion V10. Ford now has a specific fluid for transfer cases which I think is called mortorcraft transfer case fluid?? Before, when I put it in 4x4, the transfer case would make a slight woo'ing noise since it was new. Available by the quart or in cases of 12 quarts. I gave them a call and was told mercon v was safe for it.