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Answered 2007-01-03 04:48:40

It may be a front U-Joint, or front driveshaft/cv joint.


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if you have to ask this then I would have to guess that your Cherokee is NOT a 4wd model...otherwise the 4wd SHIFTER right beside the regular shifter would be a very obvious clueon how to do this. If what you mean is exactly how and "when can you" then you can engage 4hi at any time moving or stopped but to engage 4low you need to be stopped completely and in neutral. same answers for going back to 2wd.

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when i try to engage the wheel wheel drive it grinds i have my truck in neutral what could be the problem what am i doing wrong

My f150 shifts from 2wheel to 4wheel on the fly, but to use 4low you need to be stopped with your transmission in neutral to engage the low range in my transfer case.

A good sign is when you stick it in drive or reverse and you have your foot on the brake but it still clunks when it kicks into gear

Does the transmission engage when you shift it into drive?

It depends on the type of data loss. If the hard drive has stopped spinning there is no way to save it. However in some cases data and the drive can be saved. Do realize though that your data is rarely guaranteed.

Automatic trans require the vehicle to be stopped (due to no sync gear in trans). Pulle 4wd lever to selected 4wd speed and as you start to move. 4wd will engage.

Usually a bad U Joint - Universal joint connecting drive shaft to transmission & rear drive axle - there is a U joint at each end of the drive shaft - repair this ! Thew drive shaft can actually come off the car when driving - can be very dangerous.

All that you do if put the shifter in the four wheel drive position.

It depends. Llook at the hubs on your front wheels. Is there a knob in the center of the wheels? If so, then turn this knob to the right and you will have engaged the 4 wheel drive. If you do this; however, make sure you engage the 4 wheel drive inside the truck (if your truck has a 4 wheel drive gear shifter). On other Rangers, you have a knob on the inside of the cab. It should be somewhere on the dash. You can turn it to the right and this will engage the 4 wheel drive. Finally, when you engage the 4WD make sure the engine is cut off, so it doesn't mess up your transfer case.

does your front axle hav lockouts? engage them. What kind of axles do you have. Is the sshifteractually hooked up?

put it into four wheel drive I have a 99, the best way is to go forward about 6 to 8 feet, DO NOT BACK UP. or it will not go in to 4 weel drive and many time will not move.

First you put the vehicle on Neutral then swithc to 4LO it will engage. If a wheel doesn't engage, then you have a vaccum line problem. See owners manual.

If you have a lever, pull it into the four wheel drive position. If a switch, put in four wheel drive.

A very short/simple explanation is: the Highlander is in front wheel drive until the computer sensor on the drive train senses that the front drive wheels are slipping (no traction) - the vhicle computer then sends a command to the transmission to engage the rear wheel drive axles - which then engage.

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Yes, the front diff is vacuum activated, but you can look online for a cable retrofit kit to engage the front diff without vacuum pressure.

Depends on year and model. There is usually a switch or a lever.

check the wires to the transfer case, what year/model

If you engage the 4WD with a switch instead of manually, there is a motor in or on the transfer case. Because of the location, these can go bad.

Simply pull the four wheel drive lever back towards the seat.

push the four wheel drive button on your dash, see owners manual

probably a vacuum system leak. Older dodge trucks had the front transaxle engage by a vacuum line. Make sure your pump is working, and that there are no leaks. Then it should engage

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