1996 Dodge Stealth Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1996 Dodge Stealth

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1996 Dodge Stealth Problems

Oil Leak From Transfer Case

The transfer case may develop a leak from the output seal. Our technicians tell us that if the transfer case oil level becomes low severe internal damage will result. Any leaks should be promptly addressed and the oil level should be checked at regular intervals.

Drive train failure due to tire size mismatch

 

Tire size mismatch on all-wheel drive vehicles can cause the front and rear driving wheels to "fight" (driveline wrap-up) which can result in drive train failure. Our technicians tell us that original equipment size wheels and tires should always be used to avoid the issue.

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1996 Dodge Stealth Questions

transfercase stays in neutral no matter what you select 4wheel or 2 wheel drive (1 answer)

worked fine until put it into 4wheel drive high it went in fine .then i went to put it in 2wheel high but stayed in 4wd high finally got it to get out of 4wdhigh . now it is in neutral with 4wd high light still on . and wont wont go back too 4wheel drive or 2wheeldrive

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1996 Dodge Stealth Recalls

Oil Leaks From Transfer Case

The transfer case for the all wheel drive system may leak oil, and lead the transfer case to lock up. Dealers will inspect the transfer case for signs of oil leakage. On units that do not show signs of leakage, the oil will be changed for the unit. Cases that show signs of leaks will be replaced free of charge to resolve the concern.

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