Originally Posted by loyd198
Ok guys..I have the 231 transfer case and I DO NOT use the 4wd high or low range on dry pavement!!! Trust me I know better..my jeep has 201000 miles on it and I USE IT !! However..we have about 10 inches of snow here and 2 inches of ice..so I have been using the 4wd high on the road ..or should I say where the road should be ! Anyways..it was working fine this morning going to work..no noise at all. When I left work in 4wd high..it started making the popping sound and jerking slightly. It stops immediately if you let off the gas or put in in 2wd mode. It almost sounds like its trying to disengage from 4wd while going down the road. Yeah..I'm a girl but my dad taught me just a few things about Jeeps..since he has had them since 1972. And before you ask..nope..not a dumb blonde !
thats what we need to know
first check your tire pressure if they are way different then it could make it want to bind
the snow ifits paced down could be like pavment at times not leting
the front and rear slip
check u joints in the drive shafts and front axle
check the fluid in the front and rear diffs