Transfer case problem

Hi everyone I've got a problem I'd like some advice on.
Four days ago I bought a '92 Chevy 3/4ton 4x4 (6.5 turbo diesel, 4L80e Trans, 241c transfer case). The day after I drove it home it
began making an intermittent clunking noise somewhere in the driveline, usually during acceleration. Yesterday on the way to work it made the clunk noise then *BAM* the transfer case popped into neutral but the shift lever was still in 2wd and making a grinding noise (like when shifting between 4 & 2WD and th e gears don't mesh). I stopped, shifted into neutral on the transmission, then shifted the transfer case into neutral and then back to 2wd. I shifted back into Drive and everything seemed normal until I pegged the accelerator then *BAM* into neutral again (the t-case lever still indicated 2WD).
The only way I was able to drive without the t-case popping into neutral was in 4-Low...fortunately this took place on a dirt road 2 miles from my home.
Anyone have an idea what's going wrong? Thanks in advance.
Greg
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mine did it....worn and bent internal fork. that's mine though maybe it can be fixed from outside good luck
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On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 06:29:38 UTC, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (Krissi) wrote:

Doing this routinely is a good way to ensure your vehicle's drive train and its components enjoy a short life.
Pete
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