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Old 05-02-2020, 08:35 PM #16
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I was very lucky the first time but stripped it the second. Fortunately I had to take it in to the shop for an axle seal anyway and they removed it for me since they had to refill the fluid.
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I'm all for doing my own work, but that 10mm lex on front diff man... when a good DIY turns into an OMG

I had to take it to someone to air hammer off loose after I stripped it.
I agree, front diff is a pain. I stripped mine even after grinding the hex flat, hammering it down, and using a propane torch. Torch was heating everything up instead of just the bolt, so that wansn't working well. I had to weld a nut onto mine for it to break free.

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I might have missed it...is your truck full time 4wd?
I was a bit curious myself, but it's probably easier to ask if its a V6 or V8.

I suspect V6 based on the how the question was asked.
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I was a bit curious myself, but it's probably easier to ask if its a V6 or V8.

I suspect V6 based on the how the question was asked.
I suspect V6 because it says so in the first post
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I suspect V6 because it says so in the first post

Note to self: focus on reading comprehension.
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What wire gauge? for transfer case actuator

I have a 2001, 4Runner sr5, F/T AWD, 3rd Gen.

I need to repair a single wire at the end going into the 4WD position switch of the actuator as it has an area of exposed insulation and the wire is bad.

What gauge wire do I need? And is there a special type that I need to use?

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I have a 2001, 4Runner sr5, F/T AWD, 3rd Gen.

I need to repair a single wire at the end going into the 4WD position switch of the actuator as it has an area of exposed insulation and the wire is bad.

What gauge wire do I need? And is there a special type that I need to use?

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Admittedly I've never dealt with the transfer case wiring, but may be ably to point you in the right direction to manually figure it out. Times are odd right now, but if you can get one of your hands on one of these wire gauges, then you might be able to figure out the size.


Another option would be to look on the wire to try and see if it has any markings on it. For example, this wire below is marked with 18 awg. I have no idea if this is required, but I took apart a dinosaur of a computer power supply to rob wire and they were all labeled like this.
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