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2000 jeep grand cherokee ltd grinding while making sharp turns

Just had my transfer case replaced with a used np247 unit and now when i turn the jeep 4.7 litre makes a grinding noise on slow turns. Its sounds really bad and worried that this might get worst with time and that it will propagate to other driveline parts.

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  • joe2978 Jan 12, 2009

    The mechanic said he drained the fluid and replaced it with new fluid so im sure it has new fluid in it.

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Did you change the fluid first before you put it in? You might need to flush it out and put fresh fluid in it.

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