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When i put in 4 wheel drive i got a clicking popping sound and when in 2 wheel drive it sounds like a rattling sound that gets louder the faster you go

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Sounds like gear and chain need to be replaced in transfer case.
The popping and or clicking is the chain trying to climb up over the teeth on the gear in transfer case.

Posted on May 19, 2011

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