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My 96 jeep cherokee grand laredo was making noise which sounded as if it were coming from the transmission we thought maybe a gear had broken and was rattling around or the flywheel was loose. the noise sometimes would get louder or some days none at all. I was going down the road and the vehicle made a loud fast maybe grinding noise and the motor shut off. the motor turns but will not crank. weve checked the flywheel no problem there any suggestions? HELP!!!!

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Ifound the same condition in the rear end of my 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with 4.0 HO L-6. I opened up the differential and removed the spider gears and axles to get the components out for inspection. I discovered that of the two
clutch packs that are on either side of the axle housing behind the side/axle
gears, the drivers side clutches had a huge break in the main washer "HUGE"
that is directly behind the side/axle gear. Fluid was not unusually dirty but
does show alot of silver clouding from the loss of metals due to the clutches
slipping and grinding when that crack would allow contact loss. Hope that helps

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