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My problem is trhat when I hit the barkes and stop my Tahoe SUV its ok. When I take my foot of the brake I feel that the transfer case or transmission releases from second gear to first. Its like something is in gear then when I release the barke something drops or releases.

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Sounds like what you are feeling is reffered to as a stick/slip condition in the drive shaft yoke. What this means when you hit brakes back of truck goes up some causing slip yoke to slide out of transmission some. it sticks there and when you take off it pops back in causing a bump feeling. remove driveshaft and grease the splines of yoke with a light coat of grease.

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