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1991 jeep wrangler front drive shaft isnt turning. Once in a while gears will grind but front diff isnt working

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You have a vacumn actuator on the passenger side front axle tube that engages your front axle when put in four wheel drive. those are notorious for not working

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You only have one option. (well 2, if you don't want to drive the truck) the front diff turns no matter what you do. Your pinion bearings are shot. The pinion will still turn when you drive it, even if the driver shaft is gone. Bearing and seal kits run around $300. For newer models. Older ones a bit more. Once the pinion and ring gear go away, add $200. Spider gears and such. Costs go up to as much as $1300. You can get a used diff for around $300. Depends on year make and model.

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old dog , jeep, sure.
its a PART TIME 4wd, not AWD.
you post but forget (100s like this here) with no road surface stated.
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It sounds like your driveline to the rear wheels is broken. Could be transfer case output shaft to the rear wheels has broken. Try disconnecting the rear drive shaft and see if you can turn it by hand with the transfer case engaged in 2WD. If you can turn it while the Sahara is in gear, the output shaft is no longer connected to the engine for some reason.

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