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Like some teeth are breaking off please hep
You cant fix this ... dont use the 4 X 4 mode and have a professional look at this before you do more damage.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: when in 4wd it makes a noise
Is the noise in the front or middle? If it's in the front, it is most probably a wheel hub or differential case bearing. First I would check (or replace) all the gear lube in the transfer case and both differentials.
If the sound is under the middle of the jeep, it's probably a front output bearing in the transfer case.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
If your clutch is operating properly, the problem is inside the transmission, either shift forks or lost adjustment on rails. You may have damaged the brass synchro gears by not taking care of this right away. First though, make sure the clutch is releasing, check for internal bypassing ,leaks and slave cylinder operating properly (some slaves are part of throwout bearing and cannot be serviced unless trans is removed)
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
The syncronizers and blocker ring are damaged some stores like auto zone have a super synthetic gear lube I had this problem in my 95 wrangler and the problem went away. Its going to be hard to find tranny parts for that car I just put a new tranny in from the junk yard with 70k miles for $200 its in perfect operating condition.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Sounds "used and abused"!!! Likely you have more than one problem. Transfer case may need linkage adjustment or rebuild. Grinding from where? Wherever the noise is, look for a problem. Pulling can be from any number of front end component failures. Your best bet is to give everything a careful inspection or have a reliable shop go over it for you. There are so many variables in this I couldn't possibly give you any real answers!!!
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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