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1998 Blazer 4wheel drive won't lock in completely

When I switch to 4 high or 4 low and hit the gas I hear really loud clunk from undernieth the vehical in the middle. It sounds like it's not engageing completely bcause if I just touch the gas it works but when you put and torq on it it starts making the noise and If you give to much it likw wines up and the slows down and makes the same noise. Help????

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Check your linkage, then take it to a shop and tell them to call you with cost of repairs and if to high do it yourself since its been diagnosed

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