I have the same site saved on my desktop here at work but it's the section for the 90 to 95 4Runners. According to that, the 3vz-e gets dextronII and anything except the 3vz-e (22re) gets 75W90 gl-4,5. I would use gl-4 for a t/c with a manual tranny. I was looking at marlincrawler.com and it looks like:
"all 1979-1995 gear drive transfer cases.
This is the most complete kit on the market! Includes our Heavy Duty rear EcoSeal, all seals including the transmission output, felts, speedometer sender and oil pump o-rings, top and forward shifting base gaskets, as well as L-, G-, and W-series transmission tailhousing gaskets. Please select 21- or 23-spline for the transmission output seal type."
I don't know if the chain drive t/c's take different oil. I'll try and look into more for you. You can also see which one and look for threads about the subject here. Both my 4Runner's are manuals and they take the GL-4 oil. I believe my 88's t/c was chain and took the same oil as the gear case. And I believe my cousin's 95 auto took ATF in the transfer case. Check out: http://www.marlincrawler.com/tech/tr...fer-case-bible
Also from Marlincrawler's site: Hope this all helps you out.....
How to ID Gear Drive Case
If you have 7 bolts in the rear cover then you have the gear driven unit.
If you have 5 bolts holding the rear cover then you have the chain drive unit.
Bolt #7 is behind the drive shaft and can't be seen in this picture.