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Transmission/Transfer case questions 82 BRAT
Posted 23 February 2004 - 07:24 PM
Also, when the 4wd level is disengaged, the transfer case makes a LOUD clunking noise. Is it normal for there to be a clunk when the 4wd is disengaged? I use to have a Jeep and there would be a little clunk when the transfer case was disengaged, but this clunk sounds really bad
Also at what speed can you drive in 4WD?
Posted 23 February 2004 - 10:16 PM
Speed at which you can use 4x4 hi. Some may disagree but any speed from 5-105 miles per hour. It basically doesn't matter. Some may ask, "why would you have a need for 4x4 at high speeds"? Well there really is no need, but I'm just making a point that the vehicle will not be harmed by grabbing that lever and putting in 4x4 at any speed. You may experience some bucking/binding should you try to do it on dry surfaces and the steering wheel is not pointed straight ahead but otherwise no problem.
Take care of the tranny mounts and the clunking should go away.
Posted 25 February 2004 - 05:51 AM
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