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Replacing the transfer case shouldn't take long and it not a bad job.. Basically you remove the driveshaft, skid shield, disconnect the wires, unbolt it and it's off.. I attached the directions to explain it a little better..
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I'm not sure as to what is wrong with it because I don't know what codes are setting.. And they may be referring to relearning the actuator if that is what's bad.. If your going to be repairing this yourself you need to start with getting the codes that are setting then performing the diagnostics for the codes to detrmine the issue..
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