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Popping noise and restriction when turning into parking space or driveway after driving 20 to 30 miles but not from a cold start.

When turning into a parking place or driveway there is a popping sound and turning restriction. This does not occur until after driving 20 to 30 minutes. I have had both front axels replaced, no improvement. I have had the universal joints replaced, no improvement. This is a 94 grand cheroke V8 all time 4 wheel drive. Any suggestions? Thanks

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  • bmaune May 08, 2009

    Is this a reasonable repair or complicated and expensive?

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The viscous coupler in the transfer case is bad.

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  • chryslerguy May 09, 2009

    The coupler is somewhat expensive if it is a 249 transfer case. The rear housing of the case needs to come off but you need to spread the lock ring under the access plate on top of the rear housing as you are pulling it off to clear the bearing. Once the housing is off remove the retainer ring, bearing and coupler.

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