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2003 blazer differential

Have a hole in differential can it be repaired or will I have to get a new one

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This presents a problem. To repair it you should take it into a shop that specializes in heli arc welding. The case has to be welded to close the hole. To make it easier for the shop to fix, it should be taken off the vehicle and cleaned. You can get estimates and see if there is a difference in repair or replacement. To replace it you are going to have to use a salvaged one to save on cost.

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It would be best to replace it

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A bush mechanic would patch it up .prob just get a second one is easier.

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