Start with the simple stuff….Check the oil level. Next, check the wheel bearings. Sometimes they whine before they go bad. Next check the transfer case. Sometimes sounds come from completely different places. A t-case whine could transmit thru the hollow tube of the d-shaft, making it sound like it's coming from the front axle, when it's not.
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