Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
We were told the shaking and noise while driving was due to our transfer case and it needed to be replaced I am trying to figure out if this is true and if the quote we got was fair?
You can remove the transfer case ,strip it down and reassemble it,making any parts swaps,you may need. I owned a trans shop and would never install someone elses unit in mine. Repair yours, only if necessary. I would check out everything, I could,for as long as it takes,before I would pull it. Not much but a stretched chain would cause a noise. I will guarrantee you ,you will be given a used unit, with absolutely now internal inspection at all. Just a heads up,remember what I'am telling you,so you don't get bit,
Posted on May 12, 2010
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