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1994 jeep awd 5.2l park dont engage and makes clicking noise when

When put in park u can push jeep front and back and when in gear somthing makes clicking noise in drive ,reverse all gears when takin off from a stop and also hesitates to move but once moving goes fine is trans or transfer case beging it is awd

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I would have this fix asap ,could cause internal transm. damage!

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