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Transfer Case, Transmission, Differentials?

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I have a couple questions. I had my wife take my truck in to get the 30,000 mile maintenance done in Florida. The Chevy dealer said they would not drain and refill the transmission and transfer case. They said when they flush the transmission, the transfer case is included. Are they connected fluidly? Also, you don't have to touch the differentials until 100,000 miles? The dealer also reccommended to have the injectors flushed, is that a good idea on a diesel? That dealer also wanted an extra $42.50 to inspect the brakes when they rotated the tires. I told them they were out of their mind. Thanks!
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I'm having her check them because I'm flying down in a couple weeks to drive it and our fifth wheel back up to Alaska. I just didn't want to waste a couple days messing with it when I got there. I did call the dealer myself and had Service talk to the Technician and found out they are not connected and that it's an additional $140 to change the transfer case. I think they should change for free since they already told me they did. I'm just going to do it when I get there.
I'm glad I'm moving back to Alaska. That is the only Chevy dealership in the Panama City, FL area. The GM dealership down the street wouldn't work on it because it is a Chevy? That is the most retarded crap I've ever heard.
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