Checkunder the battery pan there is a bellows type of thing acid got on mine and ate the connection up i replaced this unit and 4wd worked by the way u only have 2wd low the transfer case has shifted the the trannie output to low range rear tires will spin not the front the cable that broke shifts a fork in the front pig 2 get the front wheeles engauged not a master tech it happened to me bout 4 years ago
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Hey Gilbert ,it should be easy sitting in drivers seat all the way forward is 2wd down one is 4wd high next one down is netural and last one down is 4wd low on older cars you may have to roll a little forward and roll a little in reverse to get it to in gauge , the sane when taking it out of 4wd
hope this helped you , good luck
You shouldn't have to use 4wd to tow a boat out of the water. Does your truck have a 2wd button or just the 4high and 4low button? If you have a 2wd button, put tranny in neutral and then hit the 2wd button. If you just have the 4high and 4low button, put the tranny into neutral then press the 4high button twice (Once to get back into 4high, then again to get out of 4high and back to 2wd).
this sytem is shift on the fly!! you can engage and disengage from 2wd to 4wd at speeds up to 45-50mph, 4wd lo you need to be a complete stop some cars need to be in neutral with parking brake on and some need to be in gear there all different, consult your owner manual for correct shifting pattern to 4wd lo range
I had this on my 2002 blazer (4wd 4dr 6cyl) about a year and a half ago. I found two things out. First, have to try shifting out of 4lo while in neutral with foot on the break. It seemed to work better while on a small incline (like waiting to put the boat into the water, not on the ramp but the somewhere shortly before ramp).
I finally decided to try to replace the neutral safety switch after much reading online. It worked and has worked perfectly since then. The shops I took it to told me to put in a whole new motor for about $600. I think I got the safety neutral switch for about 50ish. I have a pit in the garage so it was pretty easy to get under the truck to the transmission and remove the existing switch board. I then just attached the new one and plugged 'er in.
Hope it helps, good luck.
It should tell you on the Shifter whether or not that you can Shift on the Fly. Check the Manual first if there is one in the Truck. Some Models had this and some Did not. Was an Extra from Factory Option.