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Question by Mike
Submitted on 9/27/2003
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1995 jeep grand cherokee limited 5.2 all wheel drive.  I have a whining noise coming from the frontend when driving at certain speeds. Does this have something to do with the all wheel drive, and if so what?  Thanks

Answer by n-a
Submitted on 2/14/2004
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If you have a solid axle front end, check the fluid level in the front differential. There should be a plug on the front of the "pumpkin". Park on a level surface and remove that plug. Stick your finger in the hole and if your finger remains dry, add gear lube. The proper level for the fluid is to be at the edge of the hole. If it is low then you've got a bigger question of
where did it go?" Check for fluid leaks at the ends of the axle housing. If the housing seals are bad, you'll see leakage there and on the side if your tire. You can replace the seals yourself but it can be a real pain in the neck. It may be worth a trip to the garage.


Answer by Danielle
Submitted on 9/13/2005
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How much does it cost to fix the front differential that is leaking and a transfer case that is leaking for a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4?


Answer by Laco
Submitted on 6/20/2006
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Fuel consummation with the 5.3 Gls, engine of a Gran Cherokee Limited 1995


Answer by Matthew
Submitted on 9/7/2006
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i have the same problem and all of my fluid was empty i might of got a cup out of it so i filled it all the way up and it still does it. so i took the drive shaft off and it does not do it any more so i was wondering if i can get a picture of my front end off a web site to see what beerings i need. my also is all time 4 wheel drive.


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Submitted on 2/24/2007
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Answer by Dave
Submitted on 4/21/2007
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I Know what makes the noise.  The 95 Jeep front axle has a hose that allows air into the front differential.  The hose is too short.  This allows water into the front bearings.  When the bearings get water in them they pit and this will cause your noise.  Have all the bearings in the front replaced and your noise will disappear.  dnobull@everestkc.net


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