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SOURCE: noisy transfer case gears ? chain?

if the nosie is comming from the case then the chain is slack from wear, u will need it rebuilt.

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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DEFINITION: The transfer case is not delivering engine torque to the front propeller shaft.

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Description and Operation.

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