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1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Transfer Case

My buddy just bought a 1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4.0 L manual from a dealership in PA, we took it out the day he got it to test out the 4wd in some mud and come to find out it won't work. It shifts into 4wd high and low, with some trouble but, it shifts and i drove it on the road and one time in 4 high it felt as if it kicked in and when i shifted into low it crawled like it was supposed to, but when taken on the trail only the rear wheels spin. I have heard a few things about vacuum lines to the transfer case, but i have no idea where they would be or how to fix them. Pleas help me out because my buddy would really not like to make the 2 and a half hour trip back to the dealership for this problem. Thanks

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  • pinkyman58 Sep 28, 2008

    Thanks for the help, yeah i guess the best thing to do would be to take it back to the dealer, unless we can trace them vacuum lines back tomorrow and see if something is out of place or broken. Just sucks that the dealer is so far away, o well what are you gonna do. thanks again I'm new to this site and like it already.

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Sorry, but my solution would be to take that drive back to the dealership, if he has a warranty. This is a hands on type deal, you have to trace everthing with your hands. Now it sounds to me like it could be in the electronics. You have to go to the differential, find the vaccum lines, if equipped, some are not, then trace them back to the motor and make sure they aren't cracked or broken. I hope this solution was helpful, please rate. Thanks

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    Michael Wiggins Sep 28, 2008

    yw. glad i could help. good luck!

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