No, the manual transfer case does not have a 4wd mode display
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put the transfer case in 2 wheel high, if the light stays on a while after it is because there is a vacuum issue and the indicator is showing the wrong gear, this used to happen on my cherokee, give it a few minutes, you'll feel the front diff disengage.
there is quite a lot of light in the Sahara desert and at night it is quite a bit of light.
Your selector should be in the neutral position. Select 4WD H, and move selector into drive. Your light should stay on. If the light is turning off, you may have a problem with the actuator or hubs. Sometimes going from Park to Drive, your 4WD will disengage.
Reverse light switch is probaly connected to switch on transmission check connections
It is vacuum operated, give it a few minutes, or cycle from park to reverse, to drive and it should go off, it always will after a while.
The "part-time" indicator light illuminates when the vehicle's transmission is positioned into the 4 wheel drive status. Once the vehicle is returned to 2 wheel drive the front hub locks disengage and the indicator light goes out.
I don't know if it's the same for your 4WD as mine, but sometimes the transfer case will stay engaged after use when load is on the gears. Try this, stop the vehicle, put it in reverse and back up 20 or 30 yards to see if it comes out of 4WD. It usually works for me.
A person can rest the check engine light on a Jeep Wrangler by disconnecting the battery. This will also rest other warning lights on the dash.
Yeah the light bar (sound bar) should fit all Wranglers. On the 1994 Wrangler, it mounts over the driver/passenger seats head.
There is a switch on the light it seft. Off/On/Auto.
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A 2002 Jeep Wrangler does not have a reset switch.
There is a vaccum motor assembly on the front axle that should have a hose attached to it... make sure the hose is secure and not leaking. The vaccum from this hose engages the four wheel drive to the front axle.
Could be failed brake light switch
A light possibly.
no it does not.unless you disengage with the brakes,not the control button
You can pull the relay and/or fuse out and the light will go off. It will also disengage a faulty abs system.
is this a manual box with the button on the top of the stick to get 5 st overdrive gear drive in forth up to 40 mph then press the button overdrive light green light now on press to come out of overdrive or change down a gear to third.
Behind the glovebox.
It wants you to shift...I don't pay attention to it because it will tell you to shift when rpms are too low or high so it will drive you nuts if you try to shift with it.