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91 wrangler 4 wheel will not engage

I just triedto engage my 4 wheel drive in my 91 wrangler manual trans and it will not? what could be wrong?

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    WHEN I PUT MY 92 WRANGLER IN FOUR WHEEL DRIVE MY FRONT TIRES WANT ENGAGE, THE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT TRIES TO TURN JUST A LITTLE BUT WANT ENGAGE THE TIRES.

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Check your fluid levels, you need to verify that the transfer case has fluid in it. Also, on one of my old jeeps the lever that put it into 4 wheel drive just stuck a litle. After yanking the **** out of it and moving it back and forth, drive a litle then stop and do it all over again.. a few times. it went into 4 wheel drive. this is why you are suposed to engage your 4 wheel drive once a month and drive around the block, just to make sure it gets flid where its supose to. if it doesn't get engaged then the fluid just sits at the bottum of the transfer case and doesn't get up on the gears.

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