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I need the diagram of a transfer case for a 98 chevy tahoe or i need to know where the hose that hooks on top of transfer case goes to and what it hooks to

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Believe there is a vent line on the case,if the hose you are talking about goes right thru the case,it is probably the vent.
Should be open.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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This was all I could come with, hope it helps.



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