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I have a 2003 Z71 Suburban with 150K miles on it....recently I noticed a pin hole leak (slow drip when hot) in my transfer case leaking the blue fluid....not sure if it's porosity or a crack but doesn't appear to be a crack that I can see. It's in a good spot to repair (from below) IF that can be done while still on the vehicle...I'm sure it would be very costly to R&R soooooooooo I'm looking for advice of IF and HOW would be the best way to deal with it. It appears to be a cast alluminum housing. I'm thinking...Drain/lower fluid...clean and either Epoxy, weld, tap and install screw etc...anyone have any experiance with this type of situation/repair? and thanks in advance.
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I will not answer repair questions by PM, if you would like my input you can PM me and ask me to reply to your public thread.