The liberty transfer is separate from the transmission.It uses its own fluid. It is very easy to check, change the fluid, if you can raise the vehicle up. You need a very large torx bit.
Liberty transfer cases are a weak spot in the car. Any loss or lack of service will quickly lead to internal failure. I have been around Mopars for almost 10 years now. I have seen tons of Jeeps with t case failure at 90K and above. Make sure you look into this, and the front diff seal. Same story there....
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