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Transfer case noise when in Reverse with brake on
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the trans adapters from main box to xfr case are the magic that does the fit, 3 main boxes, 3/4/5speed
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the trans adapters from main box to xfr case are the magic that does the fit, 3 main boxes, 3/4/5speed
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(07-02-2019, 04:01 AM)fixkick Wrote: the trans adapters  from main box to xfr case are the magic that does the fit,  3 main boxes,  3/4/5speed

Ok so before I purchased a new tranny I got a stethoscope.  Turns out it was the catalytic converter right next to the transfer case.  So I replaced the cat and all is good.

Glad that worked out.

If you hear a noise check that your cat hasn't started to disintegrate.

Thanks
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(Yesterday, 02:13 PM)hyrific Wrote:
(07-02-2019, 04:01 AM)fixkick Wrote: the trans adapters  from main box to xfr case are the magic that does the fit,  3 main boxes,  3/4/5speed

Ok so before I purchased a new tranny I got a stethoscope.  Turns out it was the catalytic converter right next to the transfer case.  So I replaced the cat and all is good.

Glad that worked out.

If you hear a noise check that your cat hasn't started to disintegrate.

Thanks

thanks for sharing/
mine had the same thing, , the CAT itself had this shield with crack in the shield. (that made noise at odd times)
noise is a very complex thing on any machine and worse on machines that move.
saw one car do the same,  and it was a harness clamp on the tranny box,  that was undone a bit and the end of the clamp ONLY hit the body, in left turns and only under hard acceleration. took 3 guys on lift to find that, simulating driving and dragging brakes at the same time to simulate loads on the engine.
noise can be , very hard to find.
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