I have a vibration in the driveshaft, got the u joints to change but ended up being the wrong ones. Can I remove the shaft for now and just drive the car in 2wd?
Just curious how you determined it was the driveshaft? Disconnecting it is an option to isolate the problem.
If you're a data nerd like me, you can download an NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) app, probably for free. You can also buy a sirometer for about $20 that measures vibration frequency, and doing some basic calculations, you can determine if the source is engine, wheel, or drive line. The app just does the math for you.
You really can’t check the fluid in the transfer case tho right? That’s a drain and refill?I'm assuming they swapped your transfer case from the old transmission over to the one that's in the vehicle now? Did you check fluid level on it? They hold so little and are so awkward to do, it's best just to make sure you can get the fill plug open, then pull the drain plug, drain it and refill it. On my 2019, it only holds ounces of gear oil. Run it low and it's toast.