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Transfer case whining at all speeds

When I go over 2o mph the transfer case whines, even when I slow down

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Check the fluid level in there. If it was low for an extended period, change fluid. Whining is often caused by low fluid level, but is also a symptom of internal wear. If fluid change does not help, it needs to be rebuilt or replaced.

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