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Front end pops in and out of fourwheel drive

I will be driving down the road in fourwheel drive and it keeps poping out of fourwheel drive, if I stop it will go back into fourwheel drive and it just keeps doing this

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    Same problem and going in for second round of repairs. Sensors and vacuum have already been replaced but started up again this year with the first round of snow.

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Check for leaks in the vacuum, Jeep used a vacuum switch for the front axle during that time on the dana 30, it may have a leak or just worn where its not fully engaging and lockign all the way. It may not be holding the air as well to keep it engaged. Its a small tube.

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After a real serious visual inspection...
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Draft a buddy & both of you push those front wheels in opposing directions...
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That popping is coming from at LEAST one of those.

Still seeing nothing ... get out the manual... for cleaning & repacking your front steering knuckles (also identify the necessary LUBRICANT & necessary torque settings)... in the process you are going to find something SERIOUSLY out of round...

Look closely If any of those bolts are Allen or Torx so your
job does not get stopped for a missing wrench.

You can get a really good idea for parts costs... from ROCKAUTO.

Popping is the last sound before BANGING & smashing...

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http://my.voyager.net/~sscully/file_tsb06_08_15.pdf

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