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Grinding noise coming from 97 GMC Yukon transfer case

Put it in reverse and get a horrible grinding noise. Fine in every gear besides reverse. Reverse will work fine when going at a snail pace w/o hitting the gas. Also, will not go into either 4 low or 4 hi. Bought a junk yard transfer case and does the same thing, just not so frequent. Could this be the transfer case encoder?

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Hi!!!! I have the same problem with mine. Did you solve it????

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18 year old car? You must be joking. Go to the junkyard.

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