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I got a copy of the recall from Dodge. I thought some people may be interested in reading it. It also makes for a good refference for any one who wants to rebuild or reseal their TCs in the future. I have enclosed pics of the figures and pics of the documents them selves page by page. The following is straight from the Dodge B17 recall word for word and applies to the Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 also. (Like you all don't know that by now...)

Saftey Recall No. B17 - Transfer Case

Models
1991-1996 (B7) Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo All Wheel Drive (AWD)

Subject
Oil Leakage from the transfer case on about 9,100 of the above vehicles may cause the transfer case to fail. This could cause the wheels to lock up and result in an accident with outwarning.

Repair
The transfer case must be inspected. If the transfer case is not leaking, the transfer case oil must be changed. If the transfer case is leaking, it must be resealed. If the transfer case is cracked or if the internal gears are damaged, then the transfer case must be replaced.

Alternate Transportation
Dealers should attempt to minimize customer inconvenience by placing the owner in a loaner vehicle if inspection determines that transfer case replacement is required and the vehicle must be held overnight.

Parts Information

A. Transfer Case Seal Package:
Part number: CBATB170
Description: Oil Seal Repair Kit

Each package contains the following components:

Quantity Description
1 Input Shaft Seal
1 Output Shaft Seal
2 Gear Housing-to-Adapter O-Rings
1 Gear Housing Cover O-Rings
1 Input Shaft Seal Spacer
2 Filler/Drain Plug Gaskets
3 Exhaust Pipe Gaskets
4 Exhaust Pipe Nuts

Each dealer to whom vehicles in the recall were invoiced will receive enough Seal Packages to service about 10% of those vehicles.

B. Transfer Case:
Due to the small number of involved vehicles expected to require transfer case replacement, no parts will be distributed initially. Transfer cases should be ordered only after inspection determines that replacement is required. Very few vehicles are expected to require transfer case replacement. Inspect the current transfer case serial number to ensure the correct replacement part is ordered. The serial number is located on the bottom of the transfer case extension housing.

Transaxle Type/Vehicle Model Year/Transfer case Serial Number/Transfer Case Part Number

5-Speed/1991, 1992 (built through 10/15/91)/Mxxxxxxx/CBATB171

5-Speed/1992 (built after 10/15/91), 1993/Nxxxxxxx/CBATB172

6-speed/1994,1995,1996/Pxxxxxxx/CBATB173

Each package contains a transfer case, two exhaust gaskets and four nuts.

IMPORTANT: The P/N CBATB171 5-Speed Transfer Case will not be available until late-December, 2002.

Service Procedure

A. Inspect and Seal Transfer Case:
1. Raise vehicle on an appropiate hoist.

2. Inspect the transfer case for indications of oil leakage.

->If evidence of oil leakage is noted, continue with Step 3.

->If NO oil leakage is noted:

a. Remove the transfer case breather (Figure 1).

b. Remove the transfer case filler plug.

c. Remove the transfer case drain plug and drain the fluid from the transfer case (Figure 1).

d. Clean the drain plug and then install it into the transfer case. Tighten the drain plug to 300 in-lbs (35 Nm).

e. Fill the transfer case with Mopar 75W-90/GL-5 Gear Lube (Mopar P/N 05010320AA).

NOTE: 5-speed transaxle vehicles require 8.5 oz. (250 cc_ of gear lube. 6-speed transaxle vehicles require 18.5 oz. (550 cc) of gear lube.

WARNING: Over filling the transfer case can cause extensive powertrain damage. Make sure that the transfer case is filled to the correct level.

f. Clean the filler plug and then install it into the transfer case. tighten the filler plug to 300 in-lbs (35 Nm).

g. Clean the transfer case breather and seat, apply Mopar Weatherstrip Adhesive (Mopar P/N 04773774 or equivalent) around the breather hole and then install the breather.

h. Lower the vehicle and return it to the customer, no further action is necessary.

3. Inspect the transfer case for signs of any cracks or breaks. If cracks or breaks are found, continue with Section B. - Replace Transfer Case. If no cracks or breaks are found continue with step 4.

4. Remove the transfer case filler plug.

5. Remove the transfer case drain plug and drain the fluid from the transfer case (Figure 1).

6. Remove the two nuts that secure the exhuast pipe to the rear turbocharger-mounted catalytic converter (Figure 2). Discard the nuts.

7. Remove the two nuts that secure the front catalytic converter to the front turbocharger outlet (Figure 2). Discard the nuts.

8. Disconnect the front exhaust pipe support (Figure 2). Disconnect the front exhaust pipe and temporarily support the front exhaust pipe with a wire or bunjee cord.

9. Remove and discard the two exhaust gaskets.

10. Remove the five bolts that secure the transfer case to the transaxle (Figure 3).

NOTE: The upper mounting bolt may be hidden from view.

11. Separate the transfer case from the transaxle. If necessary, tap the transfer case with a plastic hammer to loosen it.

12. Remove the transfer case from the transaxle by tilting the case downward, then disconnect the transfer case from the drive shaft and set it on a clean work surface.

IMPORTANT: Do NOT allow the drive shaft to hang as this could damage the universal joint or bend the shaft. Support the drive shaft with a wire or bunjee cord.

13. Remove and discard the aluminum gaskets from the transfer case filler and drain plugs. Clean the filler and drain plugs.

14. Remove the transfer case breather (Figure 4). Clean the breather and set it aside for later re-use.

15. Remove the bolts that secure the transfer case gear housing to the adapter housing (Figure 5).

NOTE: There are five (5) bolts on 5-speed equipped vehicles and seven (7) bolts on 6-speed equipped vehicles.

16. Position the transfer case vertically on a soft pad and separate the gear housing from the adapter housing by tapping the gear housing with a plastic hammer (Figure 6).

NOTE: Be careful to not bend or damage the oil guide pipe when separating the housings on 6-speed equipped vehicles (Figure 7).

17. While holding the gear housing, rotate the input gear and note its condition (Figure 8).

18. While holding the adapter housing, rotate the output gear and note its condition (Figure 9).

19. If either the input gear or output gear do not rotate smoothly or appear to be damaged, then the transfer case must be replaced. Continue with Step 10 of Section B. - Replace Transfer Case.

20. Remove the gear housing-to-adapter housing O-ring (Figure 10). Use care to not damage the O-ring seat.

NOTE: The O-ring is located on the adapter housing for 5-speed equipped vehicles and in the gear housing for 6-speed equipped vehicle.

21. Clean the adapter housing flange and O-ring seat (5-speed).

22. Clean the gear housing flange and O-ring seat (6-speed).

23. Remove the six bolts that secure the gear housing cover to the gear housing (Figure 11).

IMPORTANT: On 5-speed vehicles, do NOT remove the bolt in the center of the cover (Figure 11).

24. Set the gear housing on the work surface with the cover facing upward.

25. While holding the gear housing, tap one of the cover bolt bosses until the cover has turned sufficiently.

26. Set the gear housing on the work surface with the cover on the side . While holding the gear housing with your thumb in the input gear shaft cavity, tap the gear housing cover with a plastic hammer until it is separated from the housing.

27. Remove the input gear from the gear housing (Figure 12).

28. Remove the O-ring from the gear housing cover (Figure 13).

IMPORTANT: Some early-built 5-speed transfer cases do NOT have a cover O-ring.

29. Clean the gear housing cover flange and the cover O-ring seat and surface.
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30. Remove any sealant from the gear housing and cover bolt holes.

31. Using a brass drift and a plastic hammer, remove the input shaft seal from the gear housing.

32. Set the adapter housing/extension housing assembly on the work surface with the output shaft facing upward.

33. Carefully remove the output shaft seal. To remove the seal, place a flat bladed screwdriver under the seal with the screwdriver shaft resting on the extension housing cuff. Remove the seal by quickly hitting the screwdriver handle and popping the seal from its seat (Figure 14).

NOTE: Protect the end of the output shaft by placing a shop rag over it prior to the seal removal.

34. Place the supplied input shaft seal into the seal seat on the input gear housing.

35. For 5-speed transfer cases: Use a flat seal installation tool to press the seal into the housing with an arbor press until th seal is flush with the housing surface (Figure 15).

For 6-speed transfer cases: Use a 36mm socket to press the seal into the housing with an arbor press until the seal contacts the seat (Figure 15).

36. FOR 5-SPEED TRANSFER CASES ONLY, remove the seal installation tool and place the supplied 2.5 mm spacer on top of the input shaft seal (Figure 16). place the tool on top of the spacer and press the seal further into the housing with the arbor press until the spacer is flush with the housing surface. Remove the tool and spacer.

37. Lubricate the input shaft seal lip with a small amount of Mopar White Lithium Grease or equivalent.

38. Lubricate the supplied gear housing cover O-ring with Mopar 75W-90/GL-5 Gear Lube and then install the O-ring into the groove on the gear housing cover. Make sure that the O-ring is not twisted.

IMPORTANT: Some early-built 5-speed transfer cases did NOT have a cover O-ring (Figure 17). However, some of these covers do have an O-ring groove. A new cover O-ring MUST be installed if the cover has an O-ring groove. If the cover does NOT have an O-ring groove, DO NOT install a cover O-ring.

39. Install the input gear into the gear housing by placing the input gear assembly on the work surface with the shaft facing upward and then placing the gear housing over the shaft (Figure 18). Make sure the input shaft slides easily into the input shaft seal and that the seal lip is not twisted.

40. Place your thumb into the input shaft opening to hold the gear in position and then turn the gear housing over (Figure 19).

41. Put a bead of sealant (Mopar Axle RTV P/N 05013477AA or equivalent) on the gear housing cover flange (Figure 20).

42. Carefully install the gear housing cover onto the gear housing. Position the cover by loosely installing two of the cover bolts (Figure 21) and then seat the cover by tappin git with a plastic hammer or using a press.

43. Remove the two bolts used to position the cover.

44. Apply Mopar Lock & Seal (Mopar P/N 04318031) to the threads of the cover bolts. Install the cover bolts and tighten to 220 in-lbs (25Nm).

45. Lubricate the supplied gear housing-to-adaptor O-ring with Mopar 75W-90/GL-5 Gear Lube. Install the O-ring onto the adapter housing (5-speed) or into the gear housing (6-speed) (Figure 10). Make sure that the O-ring is not twisted.

IMPORTANT: There are two different gear housing-to-adapter housing O-rings contained in the repair kit. Make sure that the correct O-ring is used for the vehicle being serviced. Refer to the Seal Repair Kit packaging for correct O-ring identification.

46. FOR 6-SPEED TRANSFER CASES ONLY: Put a bead of sealant (Mopar Axle RTV P/N 05013477AA or equivalent) on the gear housing flange (Figure 22).

IMPORTANT: Do NOT usea sealant on the 5-speed gear housing-to-adapter housing joint.

47. Place the adapter housing assembly vertically on the work surface and then install the gear housing assembly onto the adapter housing. Seat the gear housing by lightly tapping it with a plastic hammer.

48. Apply Mopar Lock & Seal (Mopar P/N 04318031) to the theards of the adapter housing-to-gear housing bolts, and then install the bolts and tighten to 220 in-lbs (25 Nm).

IMPORTANT: For 6-speed transfer cases, the bolts are not all the same length. Make sure that the one longer bolt is used in the position with the raised boos.

49. Place the transfer case on the work surface with the output shaft facing upward.

50. Place the supplied output shaft into the extension housing seat.

51. Using a 36mm socket, press the output shaft seal into the housing with an arbor press until the new seal contacts the seal seat (Figure 23).

52. Coat the output shaft seal with a small amount of Mopar 75w-90/GL-5 Gear Lube.

53. Install a new aluminum gasket onto the drain plug. Install the drain plug into the transfer case and tighten the plug to 300 in-lbs (35 Nm).

54. Clean the transfer case breather and seat, apply Mopar Weatherstrip Adhesive (Mopar P/N 04773774 or equivalent) around the breather hole and then install the breather.

55. Install a new aluminum gasket onto the filler plug. Install the filler plug into the transfer case and tighten the plug to 300 in-lbs (35 Nm).

56. Fill the transfer cases through the output shaft opening with Mopar 75w-90/GL-5 Gear Lube (Mopar P/N 05010320AA)(Figure 24).

NOTE: 5-speed transfer cases require 9.25 oz. (270 cc) of gear lube. 6-speed transfer cases require 20.25 oz. (600 cc) of gear lube.

WARNING: Overfillg the transfer case can cause extensive powertrain damage. Make sure that the transfer case is filled to the correct level.

57. Coat the transfer case input shaft splines with Mopar White Lithium grease (Mopar P/N 04318066) or equivalent.

58. Coat the transaxle output shaft and the driveshaft splines with Mopar White Lithium Grease or equivalent.

59. Insert the driveshaft into the transfer case and then mount the transfer case onto the transaxle (Figure 3).

60. Install the transfer case mounting bolts and tighten the mounting bolts to 65 ft-lbs (87 Nm) (Figure 3). Remove the temporary driveshaft support.

61. Remove the temporary exhaust pipe support and then using the supplied exhaust gaskets and nuts, reconnect the front exhaust pipe to the front turbocharger outlet and rear catalytic converter (Figure 2). Tighten the exhaust nuts to 37 ft-lbs (50 Nm).

62. Connect the front exhaust pipe support (Figure 2).

63. Lower the vehicle.

64. Test drive the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.
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B. Replace Transfer Case:

NOTE: Only transfer cases that are cracked or that have an input and/or output gear that does NOT turn smoothly or that has damaged teeth, as determined by the inspection in Section A, require replacement. Very few vehicles are expected to require transfer case replacement.

1. Remove the transfer case filler plug.

2. Remove the transfer case drian plug (Figure 25) and drain the fluid from the transfer case.

3. Remove the two nuts that secure the exhaust pipe to the rear turbocharger-mounted catalytic converter (Figure 26). Discard teh buts.

4. Remove the two nuts that secure the front catalytic converter to the turbocharger outlet (Figure 26). Discard the nuts.

5. Disconnect the front exhaust pipe support (Figure 26). Disconnect the front exhaust pipe and temporarily support the front exhaust pipe with a wire or bunjee cord.

6. Remove and discard the two exhaust gaskets.

7. Remove the five bolts that secure the transfer case to the transaxle (Figure27).

NOTE: The upper mounting bolt may be hidden from view.

8. Separate the transfer case from the transaxle. If necessary, tap the transfer case wioth a plastic hammer to loosen it.

9. Remove the transfer case from the transaxle by tilting the case downward, then disconnect the transfer case from the drive shaft (Figure 27). Set the transfer case aside fro return to the Warranty Material Return Center.

IMPORTANT: Do NOT allow the drive shaft to hang as this could damage the universal joint or bend the shaft. Support the drive shaft with a wire or bunjee cord.

10. For vehicles equipped with a 5-speed transfer case, transfer the extention housing support bracket form teh old transfer case to the new transfer case.

11. Coat the output shaft seal of the new transfer case with a small amount of Mopar 75w-90/GL-5 gear Lube.

12. Tighten the transfer case filler and drain plugs to 300 in-lbs (35 Nm).

13. Fill the transfer case through the output shaft opening with Mopar 75w-90/GL-5 Gear Lube (Mopar P/N 05010320AA)(Figure 28).

NOTE: 5-speed transfer cases require 9.25 oz. (270 cc) of gear lube. 6-speed transfer cases require 20.25 oz. (600 cc) of gear lube.

WARNING: Over filling the transfer case can cause extensive powertrain damage. Make sure that the transfer case is filled to the correct level.

14. Coat the transfer case input shaft and output shaft splines with Mopar White Litium Grease (Mopar P/N 04318066) or equivalent.

15. Coat the transaxle output shaft and the driveshaft splines with Mopar White Litium Grease or equivalent.

16. Insert the driveshaft into the transfer case and then mount the transfer case onto the transaxle (Figure 27).

17. Install the transfer case mounting bolts and tighten the mounting bolts to 65 ft-lbs (87 Nm) (Figure 27). Remove the temporary driveshaft support.

18. Remove the temporary exhaust pipe support and then using the supplied exhaust gaskets and nuts, reconnect the front exhaust pipe to the front turbocharger outlet and the rear catalytic conveter (Figure 26). Tighen the exhaust nuts to 37 ft-lbs (50 Nm).

19. Connect the front exhuast pipe support (Figure 26).

20. Lower the vehicle.

21. Test drive the vehicle and verify that there are no leaks.

Completion Reporting and Reimbursement

Clains for vehicles that have been serviced must be submitted on the DIAL System. Clains submitted will be used by DaimlerChrysler to record recall service completions and provide dealer payments.

Use one of the following labor operation numbers and time allowances:

Labor Performed/Labor Operation Number/Time Allowance

Inspect transfer case and change T/C oil/21-B1-71-81/0.3 hours

Inspect and reseal transfer case/21-B1-71-82/1.4 hours

Inspect and replace cracked transfer case/21-B1-71-83/0.8 hours

Inspect, disassemble T/C, inspect gears and replace transfer case/21-B1-71-84/1.1 hours

Add the cost of the recall parts package, if necessary, plus applicable dealer allowance to your claim.

Parts Return

Removed transfer cases must be returned to the Warrenty Material Return Center. Removed transfer cases must be drained and fully assembled.

NOTE: See Warrenty Administration Manual, Recall Claim Processing and Material Return Sections, for complete recall claim processing instructions.

Dealer Notification and Vehicle List

All dealers will recieve a copy of this dealer recall notification letter by first class mail. An additional copy will be sent through the DCMMS, and the MDS2 will be updated to include this recall in the near future. Each dealer to whom involved vehicles were invoiced will receive a list of their involved vehicles. the vehicle list is arranged in Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) sequence. Owners known to DaimlerChrysler are also listed. the lists are for dealer reference in arranging for service of involved vehicles.

DIAL System Functions 53 and VIP

All involved vehicles have been entered to DIAL System Functions 53 and VIP for dealer inquiry as needed.

Function 53 provides involved dealers with an updated VIN list of their incomplete vehicles. the customer name, address and phone number are listed if known. Completed vehicles are removed from Function 53 within serveral days of repair claim submission. To use this system, type "53" at the "ENTER FUNCTION" prompt, then type "ORDB17".

Owner Notification and Service Scheduling

All involved vehilce owners known to DaimlerChrysler are being notified of the service requirement by first class mail. They are requested to schedule appointments for this service with their dealers. A copy of the owner letter is attached.

Enclosed with each owner letter is an Owner Notification Form. The involved vehicles and recall are identified on the form for owner or dealer reference as needed.

Vehicle Not Available

If a vehicle is not available for service, let us know by filling out the pre-addressed Owner Notification Form or describe the reason on a post card and mail to:

DaimlerChrysler Corporation
CIMS 482-00-85
800 Chrysler Drive East
Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326-2757

Additional Information

If you have any questions or need assistance in completing this action, please contact your Zone Serive Offive.

Customer Services Field Operations
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Cool. Paylay now works at a dodge dealership and they are welcoming all xfer case recalls. They do not rebuild them, they give you a new one. All you need is a dodge vin.

What have you been up to? Hows the car? I heard there was a green vr4 whooping up on a black z06 the other night on north 40. Was that you

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