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Can't get truck into 4 wheel drive

My truck has I guess shift on the fly button switch on the middle of the console. Ive only had the truck a couple of days i want to know if the 4X4 works

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    i can't get my 4x4 bronco II to get out of 4 wheele drive but i can but 2 wheele drive in to 4 wheele drive so what is wrong with my motor???

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If you have jackstands raise it up and turn on the truck and hit the button if all the wheels turn it works

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