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Answered 2006-09-14 06:59:48

By the time that happens... well even not telling us the make year or model .. or engine size, or how long it's been happening, or anything else about the vehicle. Once your experiencing these symptoms, it's too late. Your transfer case is gone, you need a new one. Go buy one, and have it installed.. or do it yourself, but your going to get hurt.

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I did and there were no issues, I made sure trans was in neutral as well as the transfer case. I did hear about a friend who towed an auto in neutral without the transfer case in neutral and the transmission is bad now. You want the transmission in Park and the transfer case in neutral.


Yes. Transmission in park or in gear, and transfer case in neutral.Yes. Transmission in park or in gear, and transfer case in neutral.


No. It was actually a neutral country.It actually remained neutral.


I have a 1992 Chevy berretta 3.1 V6 and when it is in park and reverse and neutral it sounds like there is a grinding noise right below the shifter I know that the linkage needs adjusting any ideas


your truck will not go anywhere if the transmission is in neutral, it shouldn't if you are on level ground, by putting the transfer case in neutral you are putting the transmission in neutral which is not a gear


It is on driver side of Transmission behind the shift linkage


The neutral is grounded at the supply transformer.


Sounds like a neutral safety switch. Did you make sure it was in park or neutral? Did the neutral safety come unplugged somehow? Sounds like a neutral safety switch. Did you make sure it was in park or neutral? Did the neutral safety come unplugged somehow?


if you put the transfer case in neutral you will not go anywhere if you put the transfer case in neutral you will not go anywhere


Yes, transmission in park, transfer case in neutral. With the steering wheel unlocked.Yes, transmission in park, transfer case in neutral. With the steering wheel unlocked.


If you have a manual transmission, put it in neutral, release the clutch, press the clutch, then shift the transfer case. By double clutching it allows the transfer case to sync up. Come to a complete stop and place the transmission in neutral. Then shift the transfer case.


Yes, because the neutral conductor will transfer its electrons to the postitively charged conductor.


The neutral safety switch SHOULD be screwed into the side (normally drivers) of the transmission and will have 2 leads going from it.


Either all 4 wheels on the ground with the transmision in Park and the transfer case in Neutral, or on a trailer.Either all 4 wheels on the ground with the transmision in Park and the transfer case in Neutral, or on a trailer.


If it has a manual transmission, you simply put it into neutral. If it's a 4x4 and has a manual transfer case, either with a manual or automatic transmission, you simply put that into neutral. If it's a 2wd with an automatic, or a 4wd with an automatic transmission and an electronic transfer case which does not have the option to put the transfer case into neutral, then you have to disconnect the driveshafts.


Yes - make sure the transmission and transfer case are in neutral. Take it easy & you'll be fine. Yes - make sure the transmission and transfer case are in neutral. Take it easy & you'll be fine.


Either disconnect the driveshaft, or, if it has a manual transmission, put it in neutral. Or, if it has a transfer case, put that in neutral.


The neutral safety switch is bolted on the side of the transmission. Remove the screws, disconnect the wiring connector, then install the new one.


Neutral wires are actually ground wires. They enable the circuit to be completed.


No. To be neutral, in this case, actually means to have no electrical charge.


Yes - transmission and transfer case both in neutral.



Yes. transmission in Park, transfer case in neutral.


That's going to depend on your transfer case. If you have a manual transfer case, or an electronic transfer case with a neutral position, then all you have to do it put the transfer case in neutral. If not, then you'll have to remove the driveshafts in order to flat tow it without wrecking your transmission.


You have to press and hold the 2HI and 4LO buttons simultaneously for approximately 5-10 seconds. This shifts the transfer case into neutral.



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