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99 Durango 5.2L - Had minor vibration while driving for less then a month. Two days ago all the ATF was left on the side of the highway. Service tech said the bolt on OD between the transmission and transfer was cracked... any help. Can I fix this myself in the driveway with basic tools?

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If it's just the bolt that is cracked, replace the bolt, if the transmission housing is cracked. You may have to replace the transmission housing if not the transfer-case housing. If the crack is not to bad you can call around who can weld aluminum and have them weld a bead over the cracked housing, at worst your going to have to replace the transmission since it's cheaper then taking your transmission apart to replace the housing or the transfer-case. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted be glad answer any question you may have. 

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