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Username Post: N 205 Transfer Case        (Topic#356012)
badbob85037 
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Posts: 67

Loc: Arizona
Reg: 03-13-09
04-14-19 06:10 PM - Post#2764227    

When I first bought the truck, over 30 years ago I had a problem getting the 205 out of 4 wheel drive. The tires on the truck were 31" but different brand in the front and rear. Once I got a set that all matched I never had another problem except replacing the seals a couple of times. Today I took it out and did a little 4 wheeling. When I got back to pavement I went to take it out of 4 wheel high and it wouldn't disengage. I tried a few time ending up driving a slow ride home in 4 wheel drive. I know nothing last forever but it's a 205. The 35" mud tires I have on the truck now are only 4 or 5 months old and I doughty are the problem, Anyone got a quick fix or is it time to grab me a good shop manual and rebuild it and if so how much am I looking at to do a major rebuild?
Thanks guys.



 
gchemist 
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gchemist
Loc: Austin, TX 78748
Reg: 05-09-00
04-15-19 03:57 AM - Post#2764246    
    In response to badbob85037

badbob85037,
Check your email. I sent you some NP205 info. Sorry, I can't be much help. I've never taken one apart to see how it works. Let us know if you find the problem.

'83 Silverardo XST - ZZ4 powered
'95 Jimmy SLT (Bought @131,814)
'96 GMC Jimmy LS Ret. @236651 miles


 
Stinky 
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Loc: Whitewater, CO
Reg: 05-25-01
04-28-19 06:41 PM - Post#2765242    
    In response to gchemist

This is common. It is bound inside.

Back up and try it, letting it roll to a stop.

Or, back up or drive forward, at 5-10 mph, put (slight) pressure on the 4x4 lever, drive steady, and let off the gas, while in gear, w/the clutch out.

Or, put pressure on the lever and back-up.

Both ways remove the binding. It will pop out w/very little pressure once un-bound.



 
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