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I HAD MY TRNSFER CASE REPLACED 500 MILES AGO AND THE OLD ONE IS GONE. tHIS ONE BLEW UP AT THE SEAL WHERE THE 2 halves bolt together. How can I be sure I get the correct transfer case installed ?

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You always repair your original transfer case

You got a used unit probably worse than your
original one

Run your VIN# at dealer and find out the model
transfer case your supposed to have

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

Testimonial: "Thanks for your response. I will give chevy dealership my vin# and get a rebuilt one, Thanks. The old one is gone."

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