Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I took my car to the mechanic to replace the "CRANK POSITION SENSOR" and when I was on my way home I heard a very harsh "rubbing,grinding..." from ther middle of the car.....under the shifter. when I accelerate the noise goes away but when im rolling its get noisy and when i hit the brakes it gets worse. I have brand new brakes on the vehicle. when i lift it on the hoist it doesnt make any noise which means only when the jeep is on the road you can hear the noise coming from the front. A friend predicted "transfer case" what do you think?
Check the u-joints on the front axle that goes from the t-case to the front diff.
Better yet check all u-joints.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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