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Looking for an inside plunger tube for a model 39 marlin serial number e13091

Plunger tube is missing so can only shoot one round at a time. Would like to find out where I could purchase one.

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turn the key on then push in on the plungers, also twist and turn them. with the key off the light is on a timer and will not go off right away. if the key is on the light should go on and off with plunger movment.

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The door switch as in the switch that turns the interior lights on and off, or makes the chime sound?

its located with in the lock mechanism

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THE horn piece should turn with the wheel lock plate. if it does not then something is not installed properly

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SOURCE: 99 suburban front diff diagram

If you look at this picture, exploded view of front diff , It looks like #16 or #13 could be missing or broken, causing the plunger not to pull out keeping the front end engaged. Looks like it would have to be opened up to replace.

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SOURCE: found a plastic plunger looking part with an o

What you most likely are seeing is a plug that the factory puts in the filler tube of the transmision to keep foreign objects from accidentally getting into the transmission while the car is going down the assembly line. Once the transmission is ready to be filled with fluid this usually tan or white plug gets pushed into the pan area and will stay safely there until someone removes the pan for service work at which point it can be discarded.

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