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Old 05-30-2008
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fill plug on T case

where is the fill plug on a borg warner 1354 transfer case
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The fill plug is on the back of the t-case. The drain plug is also on the back. To get to it pull off the dampener, that black thing on the back.

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Yeah, the dampener looks like a black bell or something with a bracket on it. The plug is right behind it, can't miss it!
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here's a pic.....

My fill is painted pink(to the the right), and the drain is the one at the bottom left that's wet. You need to take off the dampner first using a 13mm wrench/socket to remove the 4 mounting bolts. Be prepared to see brown.

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Thanks for the info, I was also looking for that damn thing. I like how the manual says nothing of removing the dampner.
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