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I have a 1994 jeep cherokee 5 speed manual would not go you could shift gears with out pressing clutch so i replaced clutch and did the same but has grinding noise but still did the same i took off the drive shaft and noise stoped but still wont engage please help

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Without actually seeing what's going on there, it's possible that you have broken gear teeth on the main gear inside the transmission, a broken transfer case or differential. You need someone with some experience to actually look at it. One thing you can check is that if you can turn the pinion coupler on the differential with the wheels on the ground (driveshaft out) You have a bad diff. Being able to shift without the clutch is not a good indicator of anything. Your problem is one that you need to be able to actually look at to diagnose without giving you a string of "maybes".

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Iam trying to think of what could be wrong here and the only thing i can think of is answers from other experts on this site and that it their is a chain on the transfer box and iam wondering if this is broke or a gear sheared off or something i have just scanned the appropiate page of a manual i have and i will upload it for you but i have never done one so i cannot help you any more other than the picture .i have a 1994 jeep - alicantecoli_18.tif

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