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Old 08-17-2009, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default How to Identify Your Transfer Case

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The ID plate for all New Process and New Venture transfer cases is a circular tag attached to the rear of the case. The ID plate provides model, assembly and serial numbers along with low range ratio. The serial number is also the build date (for example, 8-10-89 = August 10, 1989).
Fig. 1: Location of the identification tag on the transfer case (4x4 only) Click the image to open in full size.

Fig. 2: This is what the transfer case identification plate looks like New Venture identification plate is similar Click the image to open in full size.
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whats the difference in a 231J and a 231C? I have a post already but I like to shotgun stuff sometimes.
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whats the difference in a 231J and a 231C? I have a post already but I like to shotgun stuff sometimes.
231j is the jeep version and the 231c is the chevy version
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old post, i know. but what if your ID plate is worn down? any other way to ID the TC?
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