Bulb in dash or sensor at t-case.
It is located on the transfer case. It controls the vaccum to the actuator.
No, the manual transfer case does not have a 4wd mode display
could be a bad clockspring
You might have an issue with the 4wd shifter location, and the 93 has a foot brake instead of a hand brake, but it will probably go.
You pull the transfer case shifter from 2wd to 4wd.
The 4wd light should go out, also you'll notice easier steering and smoother control while driving, while in 4wd the front tires will be difficult to steer, or will seem to resist steering at low speed or a sharp turn.
need more info.. is it a manual 4WD that you have to pull the lever on the transmission hump to engage the 4wd or is it push button 4WD?
put the shifter in neutral for the regular transmission then push forward on the transfer case handle until it is back in the resting position. If the 4wd light does not go out right away it may in a little while, but if it does not come out of 4wd you will have to get it looked at, vacuum is usually the issue.
Sounds as though you have a faulty gear box.
No. The Cherokee uses a Aisin trans while the Wrangler uses a Chrysler trans,
no it doesn't really matter but it should be in neutral. and when you take it out of 4wd you should put it in reverse for about 10 ft to make sure that it is out of 4wd.
Either one, depending on your situation and need.
got it unbolted but it wont come out
I don't know if it's the same for your 4WD as mine, but sometimes the transfer case will stay engaged after use when load is on the gears. Try this, stop the vehicle, put it in reverse and back up 20 or 30 yards to see if it comes out of 4WD. It usually works for me.
It could be anything, from low brake fluid to bad speed sensors.You will need a OBDII engine scanner to scan the ABS system to see whats going on.
You grab the handle and pull it into 4wd.
Put your trans in neutral and move the second ( 4wd) shifter into the desired 4wd mode.
It means that your 4wd is engaged. Jeep wrangler TC's dont have a differential so both the front and rear driveshafts turn at the same rate. This makes for bad use on dry pavement. The "Part time" light is just an idicator that says 4wd is engaged since the 4wd is only to be used offroad or on rocky/icy/muddy/slippery terrain and not "full time" or "AWD" (all wheel drive)
4wd comes on automaticly
If the button activates the 4wd still, its just the light bulb, if it does not, the the button does not work, or, you may have a short.
No special button, just pull the smaller gearshift down, and you will see the "4WD" light on the dash. down position is high 4WD and down and over to the righ and up is Low 4WD.
you need to service your 4wd. It means that the computer that controls the 4wd has detected a problem and set a code. You will need to have the system checked with a scan tool.
Check the sending unit on the front axle shift fork housing. The ball inside the sending unit could be stuck from corosion if any water has leaked into your axle.