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Silverado makes weird noise at 70 mph. Mechanic said it's the transfer case and also found a leak therein - wants $400 to take it apart to find the problem or we can just replace. Not sure what to do - pay to have them take it apart and find the problem or just replace the whole thing which they say will be about $2000.00. Has 140,000 miles.

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Drain the transfer case about half way and pump it full of grease, then sell it. It will hide the noise, but your transfer case is screwed if you can hear it.

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It's probably the chain in the transfer case. I had mine replaced at 150,000 miles and it cost $1500.00 to do a full rebuild. And that included them removing and installing the transfer case and a new yoke for the driveshaft.( Because the play in the transfer case grooved the old one.)

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