Question about Ford Ranger
Check the fluid in the case, and also, after engaging, turn the truck off, and climb under to make sure nothing is hitting/rubbing. Just to sort of isolate the issue, you have engaged the case, and the sound only happens when in 4wd. It is either the inside of the case, the output bearing toward the front differential, or the front differential itself which would be really rare. Just double check your fluid. I just rebuilt one that had an unknown hole and it costs a fortune. Thanks.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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