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2005 Chevy Transfer case gasket leak

Dealer wants to replace my transfer case because it is leaking between the two halves. Is this a common problem and if no noise was coming from it should you have to replace it??

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They probably dont know how to r-r the t-case. you just need to reseal it. take it to a tranmission shop..........justuscc

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