2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ transfer case problems
I have the vehicle stated above and am having problems with the transfer case. A noise is coming from the case at all times when I drive, whether I go fast or slow. Being mechanically inclined I decided to take the transfer case apart to get down to the bottom of the problem. As I'm taking it apart I noticed that there were bits of plastic/rubber in the oil throughout the case.
Besides from that as I took the progressive coupling off of the mainshaft about 40 small metal rods fell out as I took it out, I'm not exactly sure where they came from and I'm pretty sure I messed something up.
I'll upload pictures of the rods later on.
Can anyone enlighten me on this?
Re: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ transfer case problems
I have never opened my T-case, but i think that the metal rods are needle bearing rollers. Now you only have to find out from which bearing they are. You have which T-case?
How is the state of the chain, is it stretched? There seems to be a plastic guide in the bottom of the T-case, which can support the chain, when it becomes too loose.
The progressive coupling itself canīt be repaired, but i donīt know about the bearing.
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