18-3. TRANSFER CASE REPAIR (Model 218) (Cont'd)
Install oil pump (3) on rear output shaft (4) with recess on inside diameter of oil pump (3) facing
down, and snap in place.
Install magnet (5) in front case (6).
Both front and rear case contact surfaces must be clean, dry,
and free of oil prior to application of silicone sealant (RTV). Oil
spills may be wiped from transfer case with a non-petroleum
base cleaner. For proper bonding, case halves should be
attached within five minutes and all capscrews tightened within
one hour after application of silicone sealant (RTV).
Make sure that the oil cooler is clear of transfer case housing
Apply silicone sealant to mating surface of front case (6).
Align dowels (13) and install rear case (9) on front case (6) with two washers (7), long capscrew (8),
and capscrew (12).
Install three capscrews (10), five capscrews (11), and rear case (9) on front case (6).
Tighten capscrews (8), (10), (12), and (11) to 22 lb-ft (30 Nm).
Install speedometer gear (2) on rear output shaft (4).
Install differential shims (1) on rear output shaft (4) with thickest shim (1) against rear output