In order to activate the axle lock you must first shift into 4L (4wd low). Once in 4L, press the switch once to lock the rear axle, a second time to also lock the front. Pressing the switch a third time will unlock the front axle but keep the rear axle locked. A fourth press will once again engage the front axle in addition to the rear axle. In this manner you can easily toggle between having only the rear axle locked and having both axles locked. This is a useful feature for off-road applications where hard pulling is required (lock both axles), interspersed with maneuverability (rear axle lock only). It is very difficult, but not impossible, to turn while the front axle is locked. Pull up on the switch to unlock axles- this can be done with either the rear or both axles locked. Notice, the instrument panel will indicate which axle(s) is/are locked. It is an air activated locker- pressing the button activates an air compressor located near the transmission (sitting on the rear edge of the skid plate, driver's side) which engages the locker of one or the other differential, locking the spider gears inside a differential together. This forces the tires of one axle to spin at the same speed. When the locker is not engaged, the wheel with least resistance will spin while the other remains still. This is not ideal for off-road applications, particularly in mud or snow.
Push the buttons. There is an electromagnet in the axle that pulls a gear that lock the side gears together.
No. They only work in low range.
head lights Jeep Wrangler 2004. They don't work where should I start
Yes, they are both TJ's so it should work
with aftermarket wheels ive heard they work. but i would recommend at least a coil spacer or body lift.
No, that should not work
No, that should work just fine.
2004's are known for a broken wire in drivers door
this frame can not be used for a 1992 jeep wrangler. the length is totally different. The frame size changes in 1997 and again in 2003. I am running into the same problem. I have a 2004 and a 1998 but the 1998 will not work. where are you located and would you be willing to sell the 2004 frame? thanks Joey 919-225-2132
Yes, it should work, your body style is TJ, all TJ parts interchange.
Check for broken wires in the drivers door jamb harness.
2004 jeep liberty, the power windows relay and the horn relay are powered by the same fuse as the front power outlet, make sure the fuse is good and use at least a 20 amp fuse.
I am trying to find out how to do the reprogramming, but haven't found out how, but did find out that from 1999- 2004 the door lock fobs are interchangeable. You may need to take to Jeep dealer to actually get it programmed, but at least you won't have to buy a new fob.
Possible weak battery in the remote.
On my 2004 Jeep Liberty the power windows and the horn relay are powered by the front power outlet fuse. use at least a 20 amp fuse.
You have to replace the thermostat it is stuck open. I would say. Do you have heat when you are driving? I Have the same problem and is trying to fine where it is located. It is usually at the top of the of the motor but not on my 2005 jeep.
broken cable? Broken gear at transmission end? Broken gear at speedometer head?
It will If you willing to do the work the radio harness is different and the radio trim bezel changed in 2003 so you would have to make it work.
Almost all accessories will work for the 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (LJ) and any 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler (TJ). The 2004-2006 Unlmiteds simply have a longer wheelbase...any body parts and soft top/hard top parts probably wont work. Bumpers/lights/stereos/winches should work. If the part you are looking to use would mount on the Jeep length wise, it most likely won't. If it would mount on the vehicle width wise, it most likely will.
It should work just fine, they are the same model.