Question about 1990 GMC Suburban
My suburban drives fine in 4hi ,but when i put it in 2hi it makes a grinding sound when i accelerate i think it has somthing to do with the transfer case(gears?) any suggestions on fixing this problem would be apperaciated.
You Definately have a Gear Broken in the Transfer Case. It is not Easy to Rebuild. I would find a Tranny Shop and see if they could rebuild it for you. Tranny shops here in OKLAHOMA Do.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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