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Thread: Transfer case part number

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    pinnacledbm is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Transfer case part number

    I have been advised that I need to replace the transfer case (and innards) on my 2006 Escalade Ext Pickup. The garage mentioned that they would also replace a gasket and an outer hose.

    Can someone advise what the relevant part numbers are for each of these items so that I can be sure I order and ship the correct parts.

    Thanks


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    Re: Transfer case part number

    A Brand new transfer case from GM is going to be prohibitively expensive! it would be much more cost effective to get yours rebuilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiMan
    A Brand new transfer case from GM is going to be prohibitively expensive! it would be much more cost effective to get yours rebuilt
    I second that new factory parts like this are pricer then rebulit

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    Re: Transfer case part number

    I notice you can purchase an overhaul kit - will that do it ?

    Alt I ship over here a rebuilt one and then sell on the old case. Not sure how easy to replace - is it just remove and fit other or is there any balancing / special tools needed. The list of part included gasket and hoses

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    Re: Transfer case part number

    Whats wrong with your current T-case? Does it have bad bearings? Or was there some sort of catastrophic failure that chewed up the gears? If it's a bearing issue, then yes, rebuilding it will address the issue.


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