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T-case Spacer thingy and a few questions

ok guy i have to replace the seals between the t-case and spacer thing and transmission and spacer thingy...first i want to make sure igot thi little guy on there right.....








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and the question in this post is?
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pics are up

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He wants to make sure that lil clip and spring are positioned/sitting properly.

Couldn't tell you though, sorry.

Edit: I'd get new gaskets and seal em with heavy duty RTV silicone.
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awwwww.....the pics wasn't there when i first looked at the post...
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well in the first pics there is the t-case spacer thingy...what does it do and do i have it installed correctly...................

second...what should i do? that form a gasket stuff or a seal from the auto parts store for both things the spacer and t-case............

thrid...to use that form a gasket stuff do i pulle the old seal off? the thing iam pulling on in te pics?
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anyone?
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Remove both original gaskets and discard them. Then clean the mating surfaces and install new gaskets.

The factory shop manual doesn't say anything about using sealant. If you do decide to use something like silicone seal, do it very sparingly - the last thing you need is a glob of silicone floating around inside an automatic.

Be sure to get the parking pawl, spring and shaft back into position before tightening the extension housing down to the transmission. It looks like the parking pawl is upside down in your picture.

Extension housing to transmission bolts: 33 lb-ft
Extension housing to transfer case bolts: 40 lb-ft
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So i would be better off buying seals?

So in the last pic does the spring look right? it all popped out when i removed it and those are the only 2 parts i saw/ found...
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Use new gaskets.

The parking pawl lever is upside down. Flip it so the more squared off side faces inward and the pointed side faces out.

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so thats it? i turned it around are there any other parts to it?

what exactly does it do?
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so thats it? i turned it around are there any other parts to it?

what exactly does it do?

That little piece of metal is what holds your truck from rolling.

I know the gasket from the tcase to extension housing is 9 bux at the dealer.
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so when i put it in do i need to put that rod in the hole that piece of metal is covering or do i just mount the piece on there and not put it on the hole
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Well i will get the seals tomorrow and put em in tomorrow night.....now hopefully my truck wont be leaking anything anymore...lol
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