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Clunking sound in 4 wheel drive

1994 jeep cherokee sport, jake did you find a solution? I think teeth are worn off on sprocket in transfer case

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Could also be a jammed transfer case linkage.. I had the same problem and it was the linkage getting jammed up and not pushing all the way and only half catching the sprocket. $10 part *crosses fingers*

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