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I am looking to buy a chevy 1/2 ton pick up, automatic, and need to know how to find out what the transfer case is. I have been told 203, or 205...

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The 203 transfer case is operated by a metal chain/belt. the 205 is all gear driven.(lasts longer than 203) most 1/2 ton chevy trucks have the 203 if they have the automatic. some of the newer ones have the 208. hope this helps.

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