If you have push button 4-Wheel Drive, it is recommended that you use it every once in a while, in order to keep gunk, rust, and corrosion to build up on moving parts. The mostly likeley (though not definite) reason would be that you let the 4-wheel drive unused for so long that corrosion has built up on the parts and the actuator that engages the 4-Wheel Drive doesn't have the power to engage it past the corrosion. You'll most likely need to take it in to be cleaned, or to have parts replaced. In the future, every month or so, engage 4-Wheel Drive and drive around in some mud, grass, sand, or any other loose ground for a bit, just to keep the parts moving and clean.
All that you do if put the shifter in the four wheel drive position.
check vaccum lines on differential or by shift linkage
It may have the original transfer case that was recalled
you could have a leaky or damaged transfer case.
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.
put trans in neutral and put 4wheel in gear then go to drive in stop mode only
To engage 4-wheel drive (engine running), you should put the transmission into "Neutral" and manually engage it with the manual transfer knob located to the left of the auto/manual shifter. up/left is 2wheel "high", down/left is 4wheel "high", up/right is transfer case "neutral", and down/right is 4wheel "low". Once you engage your setting selected, look for a green "I" like icon in the bottom right ofyour gauge cluster showing that you are in 4wd. You may have difficulty making this icon appear, just hold brake and move your shifter into drive then into reverse and back to drive. If you cannot achieve engagement, contact your nearest service technician.
99 times out of 100 the switch on the dash has failed, replace it first.
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.
No they make a 2 and 4 wheel drive.
The 2001 Rubicon is FULL time 4x4 from factory. Unless you installed a 2x4/4x4 select then it should always be in 4wheel drive.
yes, ford rangers do come with 4wheel drive
NO, The frames are made different.
Under the battery Plate.
No. In the winter it can be 2 wheel for the ice.
Double clutch then go to 4th gear then go for it.
In the back end of the transmission.
The light that comes on when 4 wheel drive is engaged is not the service light. It is just an indicator light that comes on to let you know the 4 wheel drive is engaged. It will go off when the 4 wheel drive is disengaged.
4wheel dive want come on
2002 ranger wont go in 4wheel
If you still have the back two wheels
Only if you run it in 4wheel drive mode, then it will eat more gas.