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2000 jimmy transfercase prob????

When cold and just starting my jimmy there is aloud rattling noise comming from my transfer case sounds like there is somthing in there loose rattling around. and noticed there is a power loss when driving could this be wreaking havoc on my tranny also ? thanks when the motor warms up the noise isnt there as much but still there

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  • stevecox395 Feb 23, 2009

    changed the transfer case oil and no change

  • stevecox395 Feb 23, 2009

    oh and suddenly its seems to be loosing lots of power it will not kick down when i put it to the floor the motor revs up but there is no kick to it almost like the tranny is screwed up would the cat converter do this ? help please. thanks

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Have you check the fluid in the trans case? You might want to do that. Also, check your U-joints, and linkages. Make sure there is no play. If you are able, also when you start it up, try to locate the noise. You might get lucky, and find the problem. Hope all goes well.

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