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05 mitsubishi l200 warrior changing up from 1st gear to 2nd allways snags but does not crunch

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I have just got a mitsibushi L200 with no hand book .
Is there anyone who knows how to get it into two wheel drive,
I have tried but get the flashing 4 wheel drive simble still on the display and the sterring is heavy like its still in four wheeldrive.
HELP

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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