Q: My 1999 GMC Yukon Denali V8 5.7 4WD rear end locked up and now the suv wont mov on 1999 GMC Yukon Denali

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it wont move but it will crank up and when I put it in gear an give it gas the tire moves about 4inches and then I hear a clicking sound. Could the transfer case cause this to happen are what can this be ?????
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You would need to disconnect the bolts at the rear differential to drive shaft and then see if the vehicle will push or jack up the rear end (wheels off the ground) and with the driveshaft disconnected turn the rear wheels e/brake off front wheels blocked) if the turn the differential is not siezed, change the oil anyway make sure the level was ok, remove the rear cover and inspect hte diff if you are convinced the problem is in the diff.
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What should I do if that don't work? How can I find out what components inside the transfer case is ban, because I hear a clicking sound coming out ??????
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