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When I put my 4wd hi on, I got to about 35 mph and a horrible sound started coming from my engine. It was moaning and i think i heard a ticking sound. It also felt as if i had a flat tire, it was hopping around. This is the first year it's done this and I'm not sure what could be wrong. Everything functions fine in 2wd. Please help :)

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If you hear nothing in 2 wheel drive,and this only happens in 4 wheel drive,it will be one of the front axles binding up,it should turn free like if make a fist and rotate your hand in a circle,but from wear or prolonged time of not being used,it will not rotate freely and binds in one spot,causing a loud noise and wheel wobble.

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