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transfer case problem

on my 93 4wd xj, i was hit by a truck and spun out. After the confrontation, i continued to my location and nothing seem to be wrong. On the way home i had a friend follow me and he noticed that my left rear axle was bent. When i came to an almost complete stop i started hearing a grinding noise. I had in my head that it could have been the t-case so i went home and jacked it up and sure enough thats what it was. The truck hit me hard enough that it engaged my 4wd while my jeep was still in drive. Now i have to either wedge something under the handle or hold it at a certain point so it wont grind. How do i go about rebuilding it? Is there some kind of rebuild kit for it? and if so where?!!?!? its driveable but it gets boring only bein in 2wd lol my 4.0 is hungry for some 4wd action
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:34 PM
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on my 93 4wd xj, i was hit by a truck and spun out. After the confrontation, i continued to my location and nothing seem to be wrong. On the way home i had a friend follow me and he noticed that my left rear axle was bent. When i came to an almost complete stop i started hearing a grinding noise. I had in my head that it could have been the t-case so i went home and jacked it up and sure enough thats what it was. The truck hit me hard enough that it engaged my 4wd while my jeep was still in drive. Now i have to either wedge something under the handle or hold it at a certain point so it wont grind. How do i go about rebuilding it? Is there some kind of rebuild kit for it? and if so where?!!?!? its driveable but it gets boring only bein in 2wd lol my 4.0 is hungry for some 4wd action
Check the linkage and follow the adjustment procedure. If you don't have it, I can post it.
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sorry it took me a while to reply...i have no idea on how to do any of it...this is my first 4wd, so i new to this
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