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1996 Grand Cherokee transfer case binding.

Hi from Mexico
My neighbor's 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Auto trans with the 249J transfer case. Experience a binding resistance like the brakes are being applied and released when driving at all speeds whether in 4L or 4H. Going down hill I flip the transfer case and trans into neutral and condition persists. Applying and releasing the brakes does not make a difference. Problem is intermittent I suspect a problem with the viscous coupling in the transfer case. I do not see any possibility of the brakes being applied by ABS only. Any Ideas?
Thanks,
Bob

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