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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-27-2008, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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bad clunking in transfer case video...

i took the digi camera under the excursion and had the girlfriend put the truck in reverse and drive back and forth a few times...this is where our clunking issues are coming from,...not the front end...tell me what you think...

this may be spendy....

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...deoID=31128116
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WOW, doesn't look good..

But I'm glad your brakes work well, with you being under there with the camera and all..:

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Check the fluid and make sure it is over full.

The transfer cases in these trucks have an oil pump driven off of the rear output shaft of the transfer case (this allows flat towing w/ t-case in neutral) The pickup of the pump is on a tube going down into the bottom of the t-case. The tube breaks or the retaining clips on the plastic pump break allowing it to move with the driveshaft.

If it still works now you should not have a repair that is too expensive. Most shops will be able to do it, particularly if you have a manual transmission shop in town. It is not a bad project to do yourself but the parts are not normally stocked in most parts stores so if you open it up you may be down for longer than planned if you find extra than normal wear bad.

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