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How do i know if my transfer case is bad i had a clunk noise in 2 wheel drive but when i put it in 4x4 no noise untill i started to drive it for a day my rear end is good and u joints also good so i have a new transfer case and i took the old one down and as im turning the gears on the old one im not hearing nothing so now im stuck someone please help me

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How does the chain look? Chain wear is the most common cause of transfer case problems.

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