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  1. acthomp781

    M1009 transfer case leak

    Hello all. I have a 1986 M1009. The transfer case is leaking. I have done a search many times and have not found the same issue. It appears as though it is leaking through the yoke/u-joint, which would seem weird. I replaced the output shaft seal. The case is dry and the seal is dry. Tranny...
  2. acthomp781

    blown fuse

    Hello all. 1986 M1009. I searched quite a bit and found nothing specific to my problem. I installed an autometer water temp gauge. I tapped into the tan/white wire for ignition feed, right under the fuse panel. I ran a ground wire all the way to the location where I installed the sending unit...
  3. acthomp781

    rust repair

    Hello. I want to start with a big THANK YOU to everyone on this site. This site has made owning an M1009 much easier. I have looked, maybe not enough, but have not found any info on the rust I have. I want to repair this so it will not get worse. I am assuming the antenna hole on the passenger...
  4. acthomp781

    47,000 miles?

    Hello. The odometer states 47,*** miles, I am inclined to think it is 147,***. Based on these pics, what do you all think? Thank you for the replies. The rust behind the pass seat is, I think, from the antenna hole being left open.
  5. acthomp781

    New to this site.

    Hello all. I just picked up my very own M1009 last Saturday. It is a 1986. The PO converted it to 12 volt, with a momentary switch for glow plugs, I was disappointed with that, I plan to convert it back to 24 volt. It would start very hard, or not start. I looked up the TM for diagnosing the...
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