This T-case has stock gears as far as I know,we got the amigo with the t-case tranny installed already,it was supposed to be good.
After looking at the case and talking with Bigpoppax2.... I removed my Donkey ears.......it is not going into low gear with the case off.
I went to install the engine and tried to turn the driveshaft to turn the input shaft and line up the clutch disc splines,I noticed the rear shaft wouldn't turn,I tried to move the t-case lever and make sure it was in gear,2wd had the rear shaft locked,it wouldn't turn.The front shaft spun freely though.I moved the lever to 4wd.It locked the front shaft but neither shafts would spin.I moved the lever back to 4lo and both shafts would spin. When I tried 2wd again,the rear shaft was locked up and the front shaft would spin freely.
So I pulled the tranny/tcase and installed the engine and am now trying to figure out why the t'case won't work.
With the rear case off,I noticed the collar was engaging both the hi/lo gear,moving the shifter wouldn't fully engage the low gear and unlock the hi gear.
I will pull 4wd switch and check the interlock this weekend.
If interlock was bad/broken etc.Would it still work both shift rails?.The 2wd rail/fork works fine.
I will call the person,I got it off of and try to get some more info.
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