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Noise while driving in 4wd on snowy highway...

I was driving in 4wd on the snowy highway when all of the sudden I heard this grinding noise. I pushed the 4 wd button off and the noise stopped. What happened and what is the noise telling me? Thank you.

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I will be honest u probably just need to have the front end serviced. could be the hubs and or bearings....transfercase

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