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I have a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee..I'm not sure what kind of transfer case it has (there is no manual option to shift) it is 4 wheel all the time. I think that it not floating properly. It turns hard and scoots the wheels. Is the problem the solenoid or the transfer case and how would I find out?

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THIS IS A TRANSFER CASE PROBLEM, HAVE YOU HAD THE FLUID CHANGED IN THE TRANSFER CASE? IF NO DO SO AND SEE IF THAT CURES ISSUE

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