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I have a clunking noise coming from the transfer box when I accelerate hard or on slippy surface , I've changed all the uj joints but still have the noise ,,,,, any ideas
 

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I have a clunking noise coming from the transfer box when I accelerate hard or on slippy surface , I've changed all the uj joints but still have the noise ,,,,, any ideas
I have a clunking noise coming from the transfer box when I accelerate hard or on slippy surface , I've changed all the uj joints but still have the noise ,,,,, any ideas 2006 Kia Sorrento
 

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if it has the tod transfer box it will be the clutch pack in the transfer box. tyres not being a full matching set can cause it and it can also be the transfer box clutch pack sticking due to incorrect oil. remove the tccs fuse and try it.
 

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it is the transfer box engaging 4x4, check the tyres, you must have a matching set, if two of them are a bit more worn then put these on the back. it is critical that the ones with the largest rolling radius is on the back if they are not a matching set, also change the transfer box oil. it has to be genuine kia transfer box oil or dextron III with friction modifier added, the friction modifier is the important bit.
 

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it is the transfer box engaging 4x4, check the tyres, you must have a matching set, if two of them are a bit more worn then put these on the back. it is critical that the ones with the largest rolling radius is on the back if they are not a matching set, also change the transfer box oil. it has to be genuine kia transfer box oil or dextron III with friction modifier added, the friction modifier is the important bit.
The tyres with the largest rolling radius will be the least worn.
 

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it is the transfer box engaging 4x4, check the tyres, you must have a matching set, if two of them are a bit more worn then put these on the back. it is critical that the ones with the largest rolling radius is on the back if they are not a matching set, also change the transfer box oil. it has to be genuine kia transfer box oil or dextron III with friction modifier added, the friction modifier is the important bit.
Know how much oil I need for the transfer box ??
 
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