What transfer case is in a 2000 Jeep TJ?

What transfer case is in a 2000 Jeep TJ?

Well, if your 4×4 is equipped with the New Process 231 transfer case, you are in luck. Found under Jeep Wranglers, Cherokees, Chevy S-10 Blazers and pickups, the NP231 transfer case is one of the most common and easy-to-source transfer cases.

What is the difference between NP231 and NP242?

The major difference with the NP242 is that in 4WD Fulltime the transfer case is ‘differentiated” meaning the outer front wheel can spin faster/slower than the rear without binding. With a 231 you’d feel the vehicle jerks/binds as it turns. The 242 is great in the rain.

Can I fit 33s on a stock Jeep Wrangler?

33-inch tires can be fitted to a stock Jeep Wrangler JK, but with minimum clearance on the front bumper and not enough clearance for full articulation off-road.

What jeeps have NP242 transfer case?

NP242. Offered in XJ Cherokee, ZJ Grand Cherokee, WJ Grand Cherokee and KJ Liberty. Shift pattern: 2WD – 4 PARTTIME – 4 FULLTIME – N – 4 LO. It is an aluminum case with chain drive and can use a center differential for its front/rear power split or lock the shafts together depending on mode.

What transfer case is in my Jeep?

The housing on the transfer case in your Jeep Cherokee is made of magnesium, which is a soft metal compound. If the transfer case hits something hard like a rock on the trail, the outer shell can become damaged easily. A crack or hole in the casing will surely result in a major fluid leak and put the Jeep out of commission.

What is a transfer case on a jeep?

The transfer case in your Jeep Cherokee is chain-driven and requires automatic transmission fluid (ATF), as opposed to gear oil, which is found in gear-driven cases on larger vehicles.

What does Jeep transfer case do?

The transfer case is a gear box that is unique to four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles. The transfer case is responsible for sending power from the engine to both the front and the rear axles, and shifting power from one to the other depending on the conditions of the road.