Drain Plug Seal T-case

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I pulled the leaking drain plug seal out of the less than 1yr old new t-case. I have several of the drain plug seals for the diffs. The t-case is a solid seal, the diff seal is a crush type seal. Will the diff seal work on the t-case?
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In using the crush type diff drain plug seal, which way does the seal go? There is a smooth side and a side that crushes?
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Kurt,
The xfer case is aluminum and your diffs are steel. Use the proper gasket. I know your dealer is a long way but having the right parts on hand is something you'll have to plan for before draining the xfer.

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I replaced all my drain plugs with these low profile magnetic ones (tcase, tranny and diffs).

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Chris,
Where did you buy your plugs at?
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Bill,
Factory plugs of that design are available. They are used most often in Trans oil pans.
 
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Chris

I can't believe how clean the underneath of your truck is. You must either have very clean roads or else you've got a pressure washer...

Jim :eek:

I think I am the first person to ever put this one in low range. The under side looked like new when I got it.
 
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The leak was not the drain plug seal. It is leaking next to the drain plug. The seal for the front extensiln housing assembly is leaking. As the t-case less than a year old, I will get to find out how Toyota deals with their parts warranty. I installed the t-case my self. I never had a new Toyota part fail.
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