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Sometimes just driving the vehicle for a while in the 4 wheel drive high range position will make the 4 wheel drive engage again. When it does engage the light will come on and it will be hard to turn in a sharp circle- hopping, etc. If this works you need to use the 4 wheel drive more often, and it will free up and work better..It may take a couple of miles or more before it goes into 4 wheel drive the first time. To get it out of 4 wheel drive move it slowly backwards and forwards. Then use it or lose it. Remember, never drive in sharp cirles on dry pavement when you are in 4 wheel drive.
Because the wheels are corroded to the hub, causing it to seize. Leave one nut threaded on just a few turns (so your wheel doesn't go flying), get a big hammer and hit the inside of the tire with a good solid shot. That wheel will break loose pretty quick. Good luck!
remove inner cv boot, just on inside edge is circlip which holds inner bearing joint into outer housing remove circlip and separate joint outer housing does not come out of front diff unless you drop or remove whole front diff assembly will have to remove whole stub axle hub assembly to remove drive shaft from outer wheel stub axle (hub) assembly
normaly you drive in 2 wheel dive rear whee lls driving jeep
when you select 4 wheel high or 4 wheel low you engage all 4 wheels bring intthe front axle and all 4 wheels drive high box for slippery roads ice snow etc
important low box only for extreme conditions such as heavy mud deep snow etc
LOW MUST BE SELECTED WHEN STOPPED OTHER WISE DAMAGE TO TRANSMISSION
hope this helps
There are no front wheel drive rodeos but there are 4 wheel drive and all wheel drive. If it is not 4 or all wheel drive then there is no front shafts. You will need to remove the rear drive shaft though to remove the transmission. Hope this helps. Good luck.