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When in 4wd it makes a noise

When i put jeep into 4wd it makes a grinding noise sounds bad does anyone know what this might be . its jeep crd limited 2004

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  • boboboyhonda Feb 01, 2009

    I have the same problem that guy is having a bad noise in the front when in 4wd... 

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    Front end differential od my 2005 jeep liberty makes a grinding noise like a bearing is worn or something like it. as the wheels go round and round. It feels like the left wheel has something thasl clicks as it turns completely at one point in time--clunk clunck clunk clunk I do not know how to describe it.

    my liberty is standard and a 6 speed

    anyone knows what is this and what is the fix fot it?

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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

  • Dave Markley
    Dave Markley Jan 16, 2009

    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.


  • Dave Markley
    Dave Markley Jan 16, 2009

    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.


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