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2003 Jeep Wrangler sport. When off road in simple terrain, my rear right tire spins and the other does nothing. also if i let off the gas it idles at about 2000 rpms and neither tires move; however the truck stays still on the incline and does not stall or anything. also at about 55 by entire truck shakes bad. is my limited slip done for, or what might cause this? also my tires are 31 10.50s

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If you have a selec-track NP229 transfer case, likely the viscuous coupler if failing that would account for the shaking at speed and no motion on hill at 2k rpms.
The single wheel spinning at the rear may be that you don't have a posi differential but an open rear, or, the clutches are stuck. (can often be released by changing lube, adding posi additive and then making tight circles in both directions or tight figure 8"s)
If engine is always idling at 2K you may have a vacuum leak somewhere. That can cause other problems with any vacuum operated controls elsewhere in the car.

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