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Old 08-11-2013, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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241HD noise when accelerating

When under 'load', in say 3rd, or 4th, the T/C 'grinds'. I've been told it's the 'chain', 'gear walk', no one seems to know for sure. So anyone here know what is causing this? T/C 'works' fine, just grinds when putting 'power' to it, NOT all the time. Thanks.
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Are you trying to describe TC chain strech. Very common on 4WD left in 4WHD on solid surfaces.
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It's a 2000 diesel drw, 5sp, 4wd. I am (I believe), the 3rd owner, so no clue as to how it has been driven. So, the chain is the best place to look. Thanks.
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Put in 4WD on a dirt parking lot. Accelerate and you will get a ratching shake that may scare your drawers off if the chain.
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241HD noise when accelerating

I recently had a similar noise after I rebuilt my transfer case a 241dhd. The chain streached out so bad and wore a hole in the bottom of the case so I rebuilt the case combining two transfer cases to make one good one. Well anyway upon rebuild I forgot one of the c-clips in the tailshaft housing and it would get a grinding noise under heavy load or during a shift. Needless to say I pulled it apart and the mainshaft was moving back and forth from the missing c-clip. The edges of the chain started to get chewed up quick. Luckily I didnt drive it that much like that.
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