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Old 01-12-2011, 04:11 AM   #1
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Hey guys yesterday I was driving my jeep and it started making a weird popping sound when I turned or slowed down. I noticed that it was coming from the Lever on my T-case trying to move or pop out. I tried to make it home because it was below zero where I was and walking was not an option and had no cell phone service and made it about 1/2 a mile home when all the sudden it started making a loud almost grind like noise until I stopped a shoved it in park. I tried to put it back in drive and it started again. I managed to get it to let me put it in 4lo and i drove 10 the rest of the way home.

My question is does this sound like the T-case is going out?

More importantly if it is where is the best place for me to get the CHEAPEST replacement possible? I have a little money but I am a poor college student and really need my car to be working.

Thanks for the help guys

edit - also it is a V8 all time 4 wheel drive if u need to know that
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Old 01-12-2011, 05:31 PM   #2
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Hey guys will a 242 Transfer Case work for my all time v8 95 cherokee?
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Old 01-12-2011, 07:22 PM   #3
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I think that is what you have already.
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The 242 transfer case is known as SelecTrac and has 2wd, partime 4wd, fulltime 4wd and 4 LO. It was used in the Grand Cherokee from 93 to 04. It should be what you have already. If not, it should fit, however you might need different driveshafts.

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242 in 93/94 GC are rare as they were options. You have a 247/249 t'case that is fulltime 4wd. You can swap over to a 231 or 242 t'case, just make sure it has the same spline count.

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