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Recently, my transfer case went out. An now theres a clicking noise from the driveshaft, I'm thinking universal joints or some bearing in the drivetrain. Because I didnt fix the transfer case yet would that be the reason why I'm having this problem now?

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Not really but you could have metal lose in the transfer case you really need to fix that it could sieze up and get much worse

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Try these and let me know what you find! We will find your problem!

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