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Unread 12-16-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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'05 4wd issues, any advice?

Hi, I am brand new to this site and forum. I have an '05 Liberty Limited that I bought used from a friend this fall. Have been using the 4wd sporadically the past couple weeks and there's a problem. It's like it's not aligning right, and there's a clicking somewhere in the front end as the wheels rotate (which vibrates the car). I've been able to "fix" it a few times by reshifting out & and back in (to either 4wd or 2wd as it happens both ways) and stopping fully and then moving forward again. Today this did not work, and even though I wasn't going fast or far it started to smell. I'm very worried it could be transmission or drivetrain, and am scared to try driving it again. Any words of advice? I have 2wd, 4wd part time, 4wd full time and 4wd lo options.
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4wd , clicking , problem , shifting issues

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