When I take off from a dead start and go slow I hear alot of squeaking from below and as I go faster it sounds like crickets chirpping. I noticed it is coming from the drive shaft in the middle of the truck. I replaced the fluid in the transfer case and I only got out 10oz of fluid. I put back at least 20oz before it started weeping out of the filler hole? Is it a possible bad bearing?
May 18, 2006.
May 18, 2006.
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