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Ralph Gregori
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12/01/2002
11:41:06

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I have a 1988 Dakota LE 4X4 with 184K miles on it. Neve rhad a problem and I have used 4X4 extensively during winter on the highways ( often faster then 55) My transfer case now has problems banging out of gear. I think I need a new one, any idea the cost or who can rebuild? ( After all these years and the abuse, It was bound to go someday! :)



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12/01/2002
12:55:43

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Brand New - $1600.00
Used - $600.00 - $800.00

Dont Know about rebuilt. I just replaced mine after it blew up..parts are still over I-90 in New York.
Anyways, you can do it yourself...takes about 12 hours with two people...and air tools. No lift is REQUIRED, but would have been handy. A coupld floor jacks works great though.

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Ralph
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12/01/2002
13:28:53

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Thanks, I would get a used one in a junk yard but after reading some post on here I think it wouldn't be practicle. Seems they go out a lot! :)
Where can I find the parts to rebuild?



WILLIAM EVANS
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4/28/2015
18:31:39

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I have a 2004 doge . It has 64,000 miles. I just had the transmission rebuilt. I have a problem with the 4wheel drive. you can put it in 4 wheel with no problem but when I switch back to 2 wheel drive it makes a loud bang it takes a about 2 minute to do this. know one can fix the problem any suggestion thanks




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