• Things that can cause the case to crack: 1) Internal transmission failure. 2) Drive like vibration which usually (can) causes a blown driveshaft = broken transmission. JD, youngest son, broke three TH350 till I told him we had to fix what was wrong with his 83 S10 with a 350 SBC, TH350 and stock 7.5" 10 3.73 rear end.
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  • Is that the case? cause now you've got me thinkin. I recall seeing several posts I just solved a vibration problem on my 89 Extracab. Hi guy's I would like to chime in...I had a bad vibration in my 95 4runner v6 4x4...
  • -Both front wheel bearings replaced within the last two weeks, cyclical whomp is still there (bearings were both bad)-Loudest between 20-30 mph-No difference with 4WD engaged-Can't feel it/hear it at higher speeds-Subtle vibration felt in steering wheel/floor boards (not like a tire is out of balance)-Tires are 1 year old, no abnormal wear
  • Nov 28, 2007 · This is a common issue with TJ's when you add lift - as mentioned it's cause by the driveshaft. The easiest way to fix it is to lower your transfer case skid about 1/2" to 1" - you only want to...
  • I have a strange problem, I have a 91 ram w150 long wheel base, 318 v8, 4 speed granny low trans, np208 transfer case. While driving at any speed above 15 to 20 mph, as soon as you let off the gas, the truck starts vibrating bad. If you press the brake while still easing on the gas (keeping...

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SA called me now to say the jerkiness is due to a bad transfer case they are replacing under warranty next week after part arrives. I am curious if you have heard of a transfer case causing jerky acceleration or perhaps even being responsible...
A steady vibration that increases with the vehicle’s speed can be caused by worn u-joints or an out of balance driveshaft. Clunking only when starting to move or getting on and off the gas might be loose yokes, bad u-joints or worn transfer case or transmission parts

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No drive train problems or hardware changes/fluid changes other than tranny fluid and engine oil. In other words, i have not changed bearings or checked transfer case fluids since they were not indicated on maintenance schedule. No problems until yesterday driving at highway speeds suddenly developed some vibration felt through shifter.

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You can often get by with a transfer case drop (spacers are included in many lift kits) to lessen your driveshaft angle and get rid of vibrations after the lift. The major “problem” with a transfer case drop is that you lose ground clearance….so, essentially you’re lifting your Jeep up, but then dropping the center down.
What oil should I use in my Borg Warner transfer box? We recommend you use ATF Dextron 2/3 in your Borg Warner transfer box. I have a P38 Range Rover and when I pull off with hard throttle I get a bang bang bang from the transfer case area. This is the chain in the transfer case jumping over the sprockets, needs a rebuild or at least a new chain.