Question about 1986 Suzuki Samurai
I cannot move the lever to select 4 wd it is jammed in 2 w h
Is there any way i can fix it to stay in 4wd low as i need to travel around woodland tracks.
Never had a 4wd vehicle before, any advice appreciated.
The thing to do to get it unjammed now is to remove the transfer shifter biushing and then replace it. Remove the cover, then the boot, then depress and rotate the retaining ring (can be done with needle nose pliers inserted nose-down). Then pull out the black rubber ring, wipe it off, then reinstall everything. Get the transfer case into some gear and get back home. When you get back home buy a new transfer case bushing from somebody like Suzuki John on Ebay. The new bushing will fix the problem.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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