Check that the transfer case is engaging to do this jack all four tires up and lock it in 4x4 and look to see if the front is turing. and also make sure that the hubs work
I replaced the front driveline shift actuator and while I was under there I made sure the shift sleeve wasnt sticking....really easy $70 part and 30 mins sounds exactly like what I did...good luck
the 4x4 system on that Jeep uses a vacuum line that engages it, check if the vacuum is plugged in properly or check if there is a vacuum leak some where on the front axle
Most of them do have cv joints at the front wheels.
All that you do if put the shifter in the four wheel drive position.
Viscuous coupling in the transfer case has gone bad.
It may have the original transfer case that was recalled
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.
On a 1999 Civic, the code, P1758 usually means that there is a problem with the automatic transaxle. The transaxle is part of the drive train and 2wheel or 4wheel drive. This code can also mean a problem with the Clutch Solenoid.
The 2001 Rubicon is FULL time 4x4 from factory. Unless you installed a 2x4/4x4 select then it should always be in 4wheel drive.
It is best to be stopped. Pull the 4wd lever backwards into 4wd and the icon on the dash should light up. If this doesn't work there is a problem with this system.
It could be the problem. The dealer can scan the code with a Tech II unit they have. www.trailvoy.com The Trailblazer enthusiast forum!
That problem almost immediately leads me to believe that you have transfer case issues. But first I would check the shifting linkage and make sure that you aren't just stuck due to normal wear.
Tires that squeak can be caused by a slipped belt. It can also be an alignment problem or just normal turning for the vehicle. It's difficult to help with this problem without hearing the sound. *Make sure it's not in 4wheel drive when it's not needed.
Yes it will, depending on what motor the Dodge Ram and Jeep have. 5.2L (318) or the 5.9L (360) they will interchange for most parts. if the jeep has a 4.0L inline 6 cyl. it will not fit.
Under the battery Plate.
No. In the winter it can be 2 wheel for the ice.
No they make a 2 and 4 wheel drive.
Well it depends on whether or not it has the 4wheel ABS upgrade or not. For some goofy reason, they offered 2wheel ABS standard and 4wheel ABS optional. Only real way to know for sure is to go look at the front calipers and if there's a split line then you have 4wheel ABS. You could also just go lock 'em up!
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.
4wheel dive want come on
2002 ranger wont go in 4wheel
yes, ford rangers do come with 4wheel drive