Probably not. There is an ancient bit of wisdom that applies to this particular situation, so ancient that it originally came from the Romans. "Caveat Emptor", let the buyer beware. If you don't have something specifically in writing that covers that situation and the state isn't controlling used car lots for specific conditions such as that, you bought it along with all of it's problems.
Look more into the "Lemon Law". It is specific that a dealership must repair something of that nature. If they are noncompliant in this then you can return the vehicle under the lemon law.
If it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.AnswerIf it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.
No they make a 2 and 4 wheel drive.
The 2001 Rubicon is FULL time 4x4 from factory. Unless you installed a 2x4/4x4 select then it should always be in 4wheel drive.
yes, ford rangers do come with 4wheel drive
NO, The frames are made different.
All that you do if put the shifter in the four wheel drive position.
Under the battery Plate.
No. In the winter it can be 2 wheel for the ice.
you could have a leaky or damaged transfer case.
Double clutch then go to 4th gear then go for it.
In the back end of the transmission.
If you still have the back two wheels
4wheel dive want come on
2002 ranger wont go in 4wheel
Only if you run it in 4wheel drive mode, then it will eat more gas.
It is basically a 4wheel drive Toyota Tacoma with only 2 wheel drive. All suspension components are identical to the 4WD version.
There isn't one.
If they are the original ball joints they can't be lubed.
Yes thay are the same.
all you need is a socket set and a c.clamp drive safe
We usually set them at 15 ft lbs