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Shudder 4wd Truck shudders when driven in 4 wheel drive, only had it at very low speeds due to this. When turning, sounds like tires momentarily lock up and release. Very jerky/jumpy. Occasionally shudders when in 2wd when accelerating briskly, but just for a half a second. Changed transmission fluid, rear diff. fluid, xfer case already. Plan on vacuuming front diff fluid tomorrow. Am I on the right track?

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  • mikehoncho11 Apr 18, 2009

    Forgot to mention- front tires lock up not rear, all tires and rims stock.

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Check tire size and add a Limited Slip additive in the transfer case!

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

  • You are on the right track...
    Still put the Limited Slip Additive in the TRANSFER CASE!
    The clutches start to bind and it will cause the truck to **** and lunge.


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