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Frontera not going into low box

Will not go into 4 wheel drive or low gears

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SOURCE: transfer case

make sure you have enough oil in transfer case, if not then you'll be there all year.

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SOURCE: 2000 F350 Super Duty Will not go into 4 wheel drive

I have recently had this problem with a customer. It seems the 4x4 low will only engage in neutral with the brake applied. And also check fuse. Then select drive and you will feel it lock in. Don't "goose" the fuel when attempting this.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: STUCK IN 4 WHEEL DRIVE MODE

change the trasmison

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

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SOURCE: truck will not go into 4 wheel drive

it sound like it is going in to 4low rang but it may only be low 2wheel power brake it a little on dirt if the tires sin in the rear it was only low ranged 2 wheel u can get this by putting it in 4low and unlocking the hubs it may be a hub prob as it is common

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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SOURCE: My 94 S10 Pick-up won't go into any 4 wheel drive

check the vacum plug on the top left side of the transfer case it maybe sticking.

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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Problems with chevy s10


have the actuator (mounted on the drivers side transfer case) checked. that is what makes the selection from 2-4 hi-4 low. it takes the place of a gear shift. they are a fairly inexpensive and easy repair (if thats the problem). i would start there providing you have checked the fuses and relays. i hope this helps.

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Imitsubishi shogun engaging 4 wheel drive


no year?
never drive, part time 4wd on pavement, unless said pavement
is ice or snow covered.
only AWD allows pavement (tires direct upon) driviing.
part time 4wd is for offroad , off pavement driving,
this is because 4wd has no center differential.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four-wheel_drive

and with out such, winds up the drive line fast. and breaks it.

wiki states (no year stated by you)
Part-time four-wheel drive was standard on all models. to 1991
then came
ActivTrak 4WD
cept
4H (high-range full time four-wheel drive), 4HLc (high-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential) and 4LLc (low-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential
so do not use LOCKED on pavement. on active track. only 4H
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Super-Select 4WD II

read the glove box manual under 4wd

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I changed the rear wheels on my frontera an now the 4 wheel drive has a really bad clunk when you go down hill but not up it sounds like it wants to jump out of 4 wheel drive but doesnt why is this?


sound like you may have put different size tires/wheels on the rear than what is already on the front. It is critical that the front and rear wheels are the same size.

Jan 21, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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What gear should i drive in snow and ice


Depends, do you have 4 wheel drive? If so you can just use 4 wheel high, or if things get really slippery, use 4 wheel low and go slow, both in the drive position on the transmission shifter.

If 2wd, just use drive and go slow, again, if it gets slippery out, you can shift down in gears to go slower and to keep your speed slow.

If you're talking about snow and ice on just streets, then stick with 4 wheel high with 4x4, or "drive" in 2wd. You typically don't want to switch to 3,2, or 1st gear at highway speeds.

If you're playing in the snow, just use 4x4 high until you get stuck, then switch to 4 low to get out.

The only time I switch gears with the transmission (from drive to 3,2, or 1) is when I want to go really slow and keep it there. However, when I "play" in the snow, it's Drive only.

Does this answer your question? If not, let me know! Thanks

Jan 11, 2011 | 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Will not go into 4 wheel low


Make sure you have it in (N) before shifting it. Did it work before?

Apr 10, 2010 | 2000 GMC Sierra

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I have a 1996 ford ranger. my 4 wheel drive wont


If your sure it is acually going into gear than check the auto hubs, they go bad alot. also you can with help from a 2nd person jack the truck up all 4wheels put the truck in 4x4 and drive and see if both drive shafts spin if they do its the hubs if the front one doesnt, its the transfer case

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I need to find out if I need to activate the 4 wheel drive for snow driving on the freeway. I have a 1986 Grand Cherokee. V8 5.2, with abs. There is a lever for lo/hi but I think that is used only for...


That is up to your preference in my opinion. 4 wheel may give you a little more traction, but it can also lead you into a false sense of security. If heavy snow, and you need to get through it, you can only go as fast as the guy ahead of you anyway right? Up here in Ontario Canada, I passed by many a 4 wheel drive in the ditch, because they assumed they would have a better chance on icy roads than me, with 2 wheel drive. Remember this, no matter what you decide, you may be able to go a little faster in 4 wheel, compared to 2 wheel, but when you have to hit the brakes, or go into a spin, 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive, your not going to be able to stop it any faster. Your going to use more gas in 4 wheel too. Yes there will be times when you need to use it, but like I said, when it goes sideways or you have to lock up the brakes, because you were pushing the envelope too much,? At least with 2 wheel, you feel the back end break loose, to warn you how slippery it is, and you may not feel that soon enough, with 4 wheel. Just my opinion, but maybe some 4 wheelers have a different opinion. It's just like the experts from the skid school said up here about mandatory snow tires being talked about. If putting snow tires on your car is going to make you drive a little faster, your defeating the purpose.

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4 wheel drive lights


are you setting still or driving when ingaugeing the 4 wheel drive if you are setting still try putting it in with vehicle moving if it does not light up steady in 4wd then it is not going in 4wd

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