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Transferbox problems Where do I find an exploded view of a transfer box hummer H2 -03? When I turn the wheels maximum in either direction the car stops! (driving slowly back or forth) If I give more gas it will move again but it´s really heavy. It´s like it´s stuck in the 4xHi or Lo lock position. I have spoken to Hummer Servicecenter in Stockholm but they haven't event heard of the problem. Please help!!

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It's actually stuck on the 4xL, if you keep driving it it might coz a big damage to ur 4wd gear box.
you should change the transferbox (it cost here in Dubai around 1350 US$ with labor charges).
it happened to me 2 months back.

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