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Grinding noise in 2wd, stops when placed in 4wd. what may be the problem?

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A "FREEWHEELING Bearing" Internal Transfer Case

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When switching my truck from 2wd to 4wd, a grinding noise can be heard. The 4x4 only fully engages when i come to a complete stop. Is this a air switch problem or an acuator?


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