Here is the procedure for removing the drive shaft. This is a good idea to find out if the transfer case is the issue.
If it is, then before you go replacing it check your tire circumference. Have you recently replace one or two tires? If so, all four tires need to be the same circumference or the wheel speed will be different. If they are different then it can cause binding on hard acceleration or turning. Basically, the wheels turning at different rates causes the transfer case to take up that slack and it causes binding.
You can leave this out if you want to because you don't have a spline front prop shaft. It is bolted in on both sides so you won't lose fluid. However, you obviously will not have 4WD.
Let me know what happens and I can assist more if needed. Thanks
Saturday, June 8th, 2019 AT 9:46 AM