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Transfer case problems

When driving my rear wheels start to seize up so i unhooked my rear drive shaft and it drives fine is this transfer case or rear differential problem.

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SOURCE: 4x4 wont work in a 97 jeep

The only Solution to this is 1 of 2 Things ! The Shifter Linkage is Off of the Transfer Case 2 The Transfer Case is Shelled out and needs to be Rebuilt. Check underneath on the Transfer case for any Noises when in 4X4 and Check the Linkages. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!

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SOURCE: 2004 jeep liberty drive train slips when accelorating from a stop

check the drive line play at the output of the transfer case to the rear universal joint.the gears are known for that.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Jeep Wrangler 1998 straight drive has difficult

if this is a 5 speed manual transmission...all you need to do before putting your jeep into reverese is puting it into first gear and then shifting it to reverse to avoid any grinding or problems shifting into reverse...this isn't a problem just a poor jeep design by not installing an extra gear to eliminate this grinding or shifting problem

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Loud Clunking when jeep starts moving in drive.

may be the gears in the rear end or check your motor mounts, ive had the noise and it was motor mounts

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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SOURCE: whining/grinding noise at deceleration

If the noise is on decceleration mostly like it is the pinion bearing in the diffrential. Could possibly be spider gears as well.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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not unless you have it in 4wd
the locking of the front hubs drives the front difff and drive shaft back to the transfer case but that is as far as it goes
if it was a chain , the vibrations would be felt as well with the front hubs unlocked as the chain drives the transfer case and rear drive line
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the first place to check is then rear drive line "U" joints as fail on a regular basis and can be not allowing the shaft to turn properly
T check for diff , jack up one side and engage a gear
if the wheel spins then the diff is turning but if it makes a bad noise (all will rumble a t a low level in this position) the diff will be faulty
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