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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-20-2001, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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Noisy in 4WD!!!!

Well i have been away for more than 3 weeks now and recently i have noticed that when i drive at higher speeds anything over 30 km, when in 4wd, i am getting alot of bad noises. I unlocked my hubs and left it in 4wd but it made no difference. Still there was alot of noise, I cant tell if it is comming from the tranny or the diff. my guess is that it is in the diff. There is plenty of oil in there.

Also if i park the sammy at night in 4wd andthen in the moring when i leave for work I can hardly back up or drive forward. It is as if something is seizeing up on me.

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Re: Noisy in 4WD!!!!

hmmmm, you may have welded a u joint or one of the bearing cap thinggies are real bad. disconnect the front driveshaft @ the lower end, put the x-fer case in neutral and try to rotate the driveshaft. Also do the same with the front diff. That should narrow some stuff down for ya..

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