Check the transfer case and the wheel hubs. Use any noises the Jeep makes to locate your problem. Keep playing with it, most likely the t-case is out of alignment with the tranny. 87 Cherokees don't have locking hubs. A good place to look is the vacuum-diconnect on the front axle near the passenger side wheel. There will be several(plastic) vacuum lines connected to it that often break/split (especially with a 19 yr old vehicle) that also connect to the back of the transfer case. I don't remember exactly how to check it, but I think even the Haynes manual tells you how. If it is the prob and you use 4wd often, consider an aftermarket mechanical disconnect system or make your own like on this page:(http://home.earthlink.net/~stevenschreiber/cabledis.htm)
Try coming to a FULL STOP shift gear lever to Neutral, then shift to 4-wheel low and then shift to "Drive"
Yes but avoid high revs. and better get that drive checked out Not exactly. it puts massive strain on your trans. it might blow up if your not careful.
You need to have your transfer case checked out by a certified mechanic.
Depends on what year it is and whether it's straight drive. On my 'straight drive '81 you start with the regular shift lever (the one you shift when driving) in 1st gear and give the vehicle a little gas while trying to move the the transfer case shift lever (the other stick) out of 4 wheel drive and into 2 wheel drive. If you have the old lockout wheel hubs you will also have to turn them to the left til they click.They are only on the front wheels of course.
possible bent shifting fork in the transfer case, possible electical issues. I'd suggest taking it to a reputable shop to have it checked out.
There is no free drive in Need for Speed Shift.
Just turn the key to the first position, ( not on ) and then you will be able to shift to neutral and start the car from there. Have the fuses checked and check the shifter sensor on the brake pedal.
there is an actuator switch on transmission. have this checked. it is what helps tranmission shift at right time
No thanks, I do not want to shift to 3rd gear or drive.
Check fuse for stop lightsStop lights and shift interlock are in a common circuitMove key to 1st position (unlock)Shift to neutral to start vehicle and then you should be able to shift to Drive
Check with vehicle on level ground Engine at normal operating temperature Start @ park Shift to Reverse Shift to Neutral Shift to Drive Shift to Low Shift to park Then check Level on dipstick DO NOT OVERFILL
Move the drive shift to Neutral then move the 4x4 shifter into 4W High or 4W low. Afterwards move the drive shift to drive. This is the best way; it reduces torque on the transfer case, therefore extending its life.
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Grizzly four wheeler will not shift to four wheel drive model 600
Overdrive is the normally allowed position ( it won't shift into overdrive until the speed is fast enough )
BY LEARNING IT.
replace the shift cable
Put it in neutral,and shift the 4 wheel drive lever into two wheel drive,then back up a few feet. This should disengage 4 wheel drive.
That happens when the transmission computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. You need to have it checked with a scan tool to know possible causes.
If a 1991 Lincoln Town Car will not shift out of first gear, the car should be checked for a vacuum leak. Another item to check is the vacuum modulator which is next to the transmission.
You must stop,shift into neutral, then shift into 4x4 high/low and back into drive. To disengage, stop again, shift to neutral, then shift back in 2x4 and drive, for safety you should reverse about 10-15 feet to help disengage the shaft.
If stick shift jumps outta second gear is it okay to drive the car?
Hold down the shift key...click>shift>drag
look on the drivers side visor that should give you the factory instructions.