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I had chatter noise in transfer case. replaced bearings, seals, chain and pump. now it chatters louder and more. I even used the mopar fluid that is oem for it. What more could it be? It is a 247J transfer case out of 2000 grand cherokee

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When you dis assembled the tcase, you removed the oil pump, and then the progressive coupler, which is basically a kinda clutch pack, these are usually what go bad in these they can be replaced without pulling the tcase

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Place your truck on LEVEL SOLID ground.
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