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Old 09-24-2009, 02:03 PM   #1
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Ah, that mystery noise that can frustrate us ever so...

So I got stuck in a creek bed in the rain with rising water for about 7 hours about 8 months ago, water went up till it just barely started flooding the Jeep. I replaced my front and rear diff. fluid and forgot about it.

Now I have had this mystery noise that only happened every once and a while the past couple of months, but now its all the time and loud as hell. It sounds like something is slightly rubbing as it turns, it gets faster when I go faster and it sounds like its coming from right below me or maybe right in front of me, its a high pitched, short lived, but rapidly repeating squeak that slows down when I slow down. (like somethings catching once every revolution.)

I cracked open the front diff. again, hoping to find my problem in there. I looked for metal shavings or worn pieces but it all looked perfect. I put some royal purple in there and closed it up.

I think it could possibly be a bent drive shaft, so I checked the seals going into the front diff. thinking if it was bent it would show there. Everything looks perfect. The only way to be sure I think is to take out the drive shaft and roll it. (so I've been told)

Could it be something with the transmission? I have no leaks any where down there at all.

It also gives off a louder squeak when I put it in 4WD and it audibly sounds like its coming from the front of the vehicle. (This is partly why I figured it was a problem with the front diff.)

Should I change my transmission and transfer case oil?

Oh and the Jeep drives awesome other wise which in part is even more frustrating.

Thanks in advance for the help.

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i would put money on it being a u joint in the front axle.

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i would put money on it being a u joint in the front axle.
So should I replace it completely? Take it out, clean it, lube the driveshaft?

Edit: wait do you mean the u joint from the drive shaft to the front axle? something internal? or on the axle shaft?
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The u joint is connecting your inner shaft to your outer shaft so you can turn. It could be your u joint. I would start there since those are fairly easy to do and you can do them in your garage.

Try this real quick run out to the jeep and grab the front u joint with your fingers if you can wiggle it inside the caps then it is bad for sure. (grab the center section and see if it moves) Come back with status update!
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Ok I just went out and messed with every u-joint i could get my hands on. They are all rock solid.
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Ok next thing- is it when you turn or all the time? BTW stop opening up your diffs lol that is ok. The front tubes will clean themselves out if something gets packed in there. I dunno why they do they just do tho!
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Ok next thing- is it when you turn or all the time? BTW stop opening up your diffs lol that is ok. The front tubes will clean themselves out if something gets packed in there. I dunno why they do they just do tho!
Its all the time above around 15 MPH

I opened the diffs to change the fluid, and sprayed some brake cleaner on the gears, dabbed them off, spread some RTV around the outside, sealed her back up, and put some new oil in there. All this is standard procedure, or so I've been told.

Jeep manual suggests changing the diff fluid every 12K-24K miles.
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Should I try changing my tranny and t-case fluid?
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Yo umight have a bad cv joint on the front drive shaft. Only way to tell if it is bad it pulling the front drive shaft. (that joint is basically at the tcase) Not to much fun to get out of there.
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Yo umight have a bad cv joint on the front drive shaft. Only way to tell if it is bad it pulling the front drive shaft. (that joint is basically at the tcase) Not to much fun to get out of there.
I'll pull the drive shaft this weekend then, do I have to do anything special to drive around with out one? Is it like old Ford trucks are where once you pull it all the fluid drains out?

Thanks for your help by the way.
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Nope pull it on out. You can drive all you want with it out. You going to get very frustrated with it tho. Warning you now. There are 4 bolts holding it in place. You have to contort your hand then body to get the socket on those damn things. Then putting it back in is a even better story have fun. Wish I was there to help grew up in socal! BTW that is what us jeep guys and girls are here for.
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Nope pull it on out. You can drive all you want with it out. You going to get very frustrated with it tho. Warning you now. There are 4 bolts holding it in place. You have to contort your hand then body to get the socket on those damn things. Then putting it back in is a even better story have fun. Wish I was there to help grew up in socal! BTW that is what us jeep guys and girls are here for.
Damn, I just took another look under there and you're right, this is going to be fun...

At least I'll have 2lo!!

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Get the wife gf out there and it will take bout 20 mins to drop since you can only go about 1/8 turn each time lol.
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Get the wife gf out there and it will take bout 20 mins to drop since you can only go about 1/8 turn each time lol.
Haha, if I could get my GF wrenching under a Jeep, it would make my year.
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Well that is why man invented ducktape- zip ties and a rope. I will let you figure out the rest to get her under there lol.
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fyi iv allways found it easier to get that front shaft out with the skid plate under the transfer case removed, 6 bolts saves alot of headache.
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Well that is why man invented ducktape- zip ties and a rope. I will let you figure out the rest to get her under there lol.
How can she wrench if here hands are zip tied together???
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Well that is why man invented ducktape- zip ties and a rope. I will let you figure out the rest to get her under there lol.
I have an easier solution: throw her favorite purse or pair of shoes under there and watch her dive in after them!
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fyi iv allways found it easier to get that front shaft out with the skid plate under the transfer case removed, 6 bolts saves alot of headache.
Thank you for that, I was wondering if that would make it more trouble than its worth
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The only problem with dropping the skid. Up here in the north 40 I try not to take those bolts out. Rust and breaking one would suck more lol. Actually Dementia do you have like silicon spray lube or a grease gun? IF you can get to that cardone joint on the front shaft and give that thing grease and spray lube see if it sound goes away.
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The only problem with dropping the skid. Up here in the north 40 I try not to take those bolts out. Rust and breaking one would suck more lol. Actually Dementia do you have like silicon spray lube or a grease gun? IF you can get to that cardone joint on the front shaft and give that thing grease and spray lube see if it sound goes away.
Actually I do, I'm definitely going to try that before I drop the drive shaft. No I just have to find it in my garage...
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Ok I dropped the skidplate (awkward as hell to remove by yourself) and took out the drive shaft to find that the CV joint was broken and sitting loosely inside the CV assembly.

I'm gonna go to Harbor Fright after work to buy a U-joint tool and then to NAPA for some Spicer U-Joints and a new CV Joint.

I'm kinda relieved that I found out what it was that was wrong and that its fairly cheap to fix. Also glad this doesn't take my Jeep out of commission.

It really doesn't look/feel right to see the transmission droop so much lol, I put a floor jack under it while I was working on it.
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Hey can you guys take a picture of where the CV joint is?? I have this same problem sometimes... I just don't where that thing is, Thanks.
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Its right in front of the transfer case, the CV assembly bolts right onto the yoke coming off the T-case.




Here is the CV joint taken out of the CV assembly
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Dude where do you find the part to fix this issue????? I have't torn it apart yet but i'm almost positive my 01 TJ has this same issue and I can't find the part anywhere. I can only find the yoke/double cardan joint and its bare(with no guts)
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You can buy the entire unit for 125 bucks or a new shaft basically for 300 bucks no cheap way of doing it if your socket like EX's is done for. Mine was and I just opted for the new shaft. Got it over and done with so if it ever breaks and Tom Wood will replace the broken parts for just labor he will cover the material. Worth it in my book.
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Yeah I think if you lrt it go for too long it wears it down too much and its pretty much not fixable (or worth it to try) So I also am going with a completely new DS

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