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Malfunctioning 4WD Sensor Toyota 4Runner Part 1 .... This appears to have fixed the problem I've experienced over the past few months with ...
check the actuator is working to select 4wd. even if the lights say so doesn't mean that the action is occurring If vacuum operation check hoses and if electric check all wires,fuses and solenoids for operation
I now these trucks pretty well, I own 2, a 2000 two door and a 95 4 door and before them I owned a 88 and an 87, so look I suggest you use 4 hi but in low geer(1st geer) and just let it grab by itself, cause I find first thing it's hard getting into 4 low cause you must be in neutral,and I usually engage it with only the ignition on without actually running the truck to make sure it actually engages, we get a lot of snow up here so I'm letting experience speak for itself, hope it helps...