Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Assuming that you have had your vehicle for some time and have used the 4x4 option sucessfully before the problem arose, the most common thing I've seen with these is either frozen linkage(from rust, especially if not used very much), linkage not adjusted properly,or low fluid level in the transfer case. Spray all the linkage with a good solvent, and check fluid.Most units work best when rolling at about 10-15mph while attempting to engage. If you can't get it to engage, then you may have a more serious problem. Any grinding, or just not engaging?
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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