|1. Case Bolt||16. Shaft Ball||31. Input Gear Circlip|
|2. Speedometer Driven Gear Case||17. Shaft #1 Bearing||32. Input Gear Oil Seal|
|3. Driven Gear Pin||18. Front Drive Clutch Hub||33. Shaft O-Ring|
|4. Speedometer Driven Gear||19. Front Drive Clutch Sleeve||34. Plate Bolt|
|5. Center & Rear Case Seal||20. Drive Sprocket||35. Shaft Plate|
|6. Center & Rear Case Needle Bearing||21. Drive Chain (Belt)||36. Shaft Washer|
|7. Gear Circlip||22. Sprocket Needle Bearing||37. Shaft Washer Ball|
|8. Speedometer Drive Gear||23. Low Gear Needle Bearing||38. Counter Shaft|
|9. Case O-Ring||24. Reduction Shift Sleeve||39. Shaft Needle Bearing|
|10. Bearing Circlip||25. Reduction Clutch Hub||40. Shaft Spacer|
|11. Shaft #2 Bearing||26. Hub Circlip||41. Counter Gear|
|12. Case Oil Seal||27. Input Gear Bearing||42. Shaft Bearing|
|13. Sprocket Bushing||28. Input Gear||43. Output Front Shaft|
|14. Output Low Gear||29. Bearing Circlip|
|15.Output Rear Shaft||30. Input Gear Bearing|
As with a manual transmission, there are may small parts to replace.
Although the transfercase is not as
in depth as the Manual Transmission. Finding a rebuilt or known working used unit is the way to go.
Before taking it all apart, it will help of you have an exact idea what
the problem is. This will better pinpoint the trouble
area inside the transfercase, as malfunctionig items can be closely tied to specific areas in the transfercase. This willmake removal and replacement of that specific part(s) easier.
Tracker/Sidekick transfercases are smaller than a Samuri, and has a drive BELT instead of a chain. These xfer cases may also not have the same parts as the samuri, as they are much smaller than the samuri counterpart.