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Loud clicking sound from beneath my H3

Hard to really pinpoint the sound but I noticed the rubber boot at the transfer case was torn and the iron rod seems to be resting at the base of the shaft. Could this be the problem where the teeth on the transfer case rod is slipping causing the sound?

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  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2009

    You have a head/cylider issue. I just went through it and your problem sounds the same as mine. Good luck

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If you only hear it over bumps it is the heat shields under the truck. i have an H3 06 also and had the same sound at 30k. does the "clicking" sound get fast as you drive faster? if so, it could be the teeth, if not, look for loose bolts on all your sheilds under you truck.

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