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My chevy silverado 1999 1500 4wd vibrates when excellerating between 55mph and 70mph. sounds from the transfer case. There is a hole dug by the chain on the transfer case. is the noise and vibration from the chain. also the service 4wd light comes on and off

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Check your caps on U Joints on all drive shafts. I had same issue and one cap shattered. I replaced U Joint and good to go.

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