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Hello everyone, im new to the forums, and new to rangers. I just got my truck the other day and took it wheeling yesterday. I noticed when it is in 4 lo it makes a constant popping. It sounds like its coming from the transfer case. It only does it in 4 lo. And its really loud. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
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Truck specs? Probably needs to be drained.
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most likely a t-case problem time to rebuild could also be cv's
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Specs of the truck would be helpful.
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Sorry, didn't know if it was a common problem. Its a 1999 Extended Cab, 4.0, Manual, 3.73 limited.
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No one experienced this?
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mine did that right before the tcase came apart, it also did that when I stripped a hub on the front end
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