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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The clutch in the transfer case is burnt up and fused together therefor binding the powertrain. If you continue to operate it like this it will destroy the front differential and possibly the rear differential. It was most likely cause by the tires not having equal circumference either due to a mismatch of tires (different brands although the same size is indicated on the side wall will have different measurements,I have seen BF Goodrich tires have a different size because speed rating was different although the model was the same) or lack of tire rotation during the life of the tires.. If the measurements are not with in 1/4 inch around the center of the tread this will cause your concern. Tires should always be replaced at all 4 corners on all wheel drive vehicles.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
You can try the local salvage yard to locate one for you. As for distance, you never know with electronics. It could be like that for an hour or a year or two. worst will not run the engine. Sorry for the bad news. Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: I have a misfire on cylinder 4.
It sounds like your car is having intermittent misfires as it is only happening under load. This is really hard to diagnose based on a description.
You could be getting a bad air/fuel mixture, bad wiring, bad rings, oil or coolant leak into the engine, etc...
Scan the car with an OBD tool to see what the code is as that will help narrow down the cause.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Maybe not,most likely a coil pack,or plugs,Do a tune up,and as you are doing it,check the spark plug firing on all the spark plugs,if one is not firing,replace that coil pack.I would go ahead and do a tune up,plugs,wires,and air filter,and the fuel filter,this will most likely fix the problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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