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Noise on front diferential

When i use 4x4 and goes over 30 miles start the noise

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SOURCE: 1995 gmc jimmy 4x4 4.3vortec lifter noise

it sounds like your losing oil pressure you might want to get it checked dont believe the pressure guage on the dash they arent right all the time

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if the noise is only happening when you engage 4wd than most likely the issue is in the transfer case(the chain or bearings) or the front axle(bearings). i hope this helps

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