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Chain hanging down sound

I have the same problem....sounds like anyway. The sound gets really loud when I put on the brakes. It also happens when I hit a bump in the road. It really sounds like something is rubbing on something. Not the brakes...so says the mechanic. Had the front right axle replaced...not the problem either. Three mechanics have looked at it and can't figure it out. It's driving me CRAZY.. HELP

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It could be your transfer case it has a chain in it and it makes that noise when its low on fluid .

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It sounds like maybe the wheel bearing is going bad and might get louder as you turn.

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