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Output Shaft Bearing Snap Ring | 1998-2007

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SKU: 10198
$5.95

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Description

This snap ring is used to retain the rear mainshaft support bearing inside the rear transfer case half in the housing. It must be released before separating the transfer case halves during disassembly and must be securely engaged after reassembling the transfer case.

 

Click here to view the Merchant Automotive Transfer Case Pump Upgrade kit.

 

Click here to view transfer case pump upgrade installation instructions.

 

Click here to view the Truck U segment on the Merchant Automotive Transfer Case Pump Upgrade.

 

FAQ:

I hear a grinding noise at low speed after reassembling my transfer case. What could that be?

A low speed grinding noise is most commonly caused by the rear output bearing snap ring not being fully seated causing the bearing to move out of proper alignment. Verify that the snap ring is fully engaged and properly seated in the rear housing and the locating groove in the bearing.

What would cause a speed sensor correlation code after installing the pump upgrade?

A speed sensor correlation code is often accompanied by a low speed grinding noise and is frequently caused by the rear output bearing snap ring not being fully seated causing the bearing to move out of proper alignment. Verify that the snap ring it fully engaged and properly seated in the rear housing and the locating groove in the bearing.

Application


YEAR 
VEHICLE
CHASSIS 
TRANSFER CASE MODEL NUMBER 
1998-2007
SILVERADO/SIERRA
1500, 1500HD, 2500, 2500HD, 3500
NP246, NP261HD, NP263HD, NP261XHD, NP263XHD
1999-2007
ESCALADE
-
NP246
2002-2007
AVALANCHE
1500, 2500
NP246, NP263HD
1998-2007
SUBURBAN/YUKON XL
TAHOE/YUKON

1500, 2500
NP246


2500HD 3500 Silverado Sierra 6.6L V8 Duramax diesel engines:

LB7, LLY, LBZ


Years

 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, early 2007

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