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Old March 31st, 2010, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default New to ford world just a quick easy question 79 bronco

Hi guys...i picked up a running/mudding project..its a 79 bronco frame with a 351 and a 3spd auto trans,,,,has a 44 front and 9 rear.....my question is on the transfer case how many selections are there (my jeep has 4) and where are they..

example on the cherokee two wheel is all the way towards the engine, then 4 parttime then 4 hi then neutral and 4 low being towards the bottom...could one of you for gurus help me.

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205 or 203?
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Old March 31st, 2010, 07:13 PM   #3
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it would depend if its a part time 205 or full time 203. the 203 should have 5 different selections. the 205 would have 4 selections. im pretty sure.
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it would depend if its a part time 205 or full time 203. the 203 should have 5 different selections. the 205 would have 4 selections. im pretty sure.
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is there a stamp on it to tell me 205 ?

and bc mine isnt labeled is 2hi towards the engine?
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if its a 203 full time case it has no 2wd position. its full time 4wd. all the way forward would be hi loc. one position behind that would be 4hi(thats what you would run normally on the road.) one behind that would be neutral. behind that would be 4low, all the way back would be 4low loc. the easy way to use it is find neutral then one click forward.

if its a 205 part time case then it has a 2wd position. i think 4 low is all the way forward. then neutral, then 2hi, then 4 hi is all the way back. im pretty sure.

does it have locking hubs or drive flanges? it the t case shifter handle almost flat on top or pretty rounded on top? get a pic of the tcase and we can identify it for ya.

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thanks joe....it has manual hubs...i dont know what drive flanges are? t case handle is round i believe....i'll get a pic for you.

thanks for the reply will have pic posted this evening
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