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1994 grand cherokee full time 4wd dose not work only have 2 wheel

The 4wd went out when i took a turn

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Is if a handle or letric to turn it on ,if eletrical the connector at the transfer case could have poped off or loosened if handle it needs looked at to make sure all fittings are tight

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How to switch 4 wheel drive back to 2 wheel drive in my 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee


that is because you have Part time 4wd? (what do you have)?
and must not drive on pavement free of ice.
its now winding up the drive train, bad for it too.

drive, to dirt, sand, gavel or grass and shift out of 4wd.
or jack up 1 tire, and same,
one tire must be on slippery surface. at least.

http://www.rubicon-trail.com/4WD101/driveline-bind.html

this happens on all PT 4wd
or using LOCK on AWD. dont.

Mar 10, 2015 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do i put my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee in 4 wheel drive?


open glove box (2014 is a new car)
extract operators guide,
read that.
or drive back to where you bought it and ask them for instructions.
using 4wd can be good bad, you must learn how to use it.
for sure.

do not use locked mode, on pavement.
if AWD that runs full time (options)
if car is part time 4wd do not drive on pavement unless ice is on top.
part time is for dirt or ice, never dry pavement.ever.

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What transfer case is on a 1994 jeep cherokee 2.5l 5speed


need transmission shop or any auto parts stores to answer that question because grand cherokee has many transfercase. NVNV231- PART TIME NPNV242 - FULL AND PART TIME NPNV249 FULL TIME 4WD THE NV249 HAS LOW RANGE GEAR REDUCTION FOR OFF ROAD. NV247 4WD ON DEMAND. THERE ARE MANY TRANSFERCASES FOR YOUR VECHICLE.CALL AUTO PARTS STORE GIVE THEM VECHICLE INFORMATION THEY CAN TELL YOU ON THE TELEPHONE WHAT TRANSFERCASE YOUR VECHICLE NEED.

Oct 21, 2012 | 1994 Jeep Wrangler

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Can i change from a 4 wheel transmission to a 2 wheel transmission


without changing transfer case it is not possible.* (normal circumstances)

what you need is NP242 or NP231 selectrac /command trac transfer cases from 4.0 G.cherokee or Cherokee. those allows you to select 2wd for all time driving and let you decide on mode when 4wd is needed.

also you can test to see how it feels by removing front shaft for trial purposes but you will be loosing power because all time transfer case distributes the traction over front and rear.( do not try this when driving in traffic)

*I also heard that it is possible to convert all time mode to all time 2wd but keeping 4wd low intact.( i wonder how realiable the result is though)

Oct 25, 2011 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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4 wheel high in tight turns wheel chatter on dry pavement


This is normal for a 4X4 to do, 4WD on a Jeep with out a "full time mode" is only meant for wet and slippery conditions. Leaving it in 4WD on dry pavement can damage the drive line

Oct 22, 2011 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Is my 1994 jeep grand cherokee laredo quadtrax


If your 4wd selector has three positions (including neutral) you have quadratrack. If you have more, it's not.
Quadratrack has no position for selecting 2wd because it does that by itself, only engaging the front wheels when the rear wheels begin to slip.

Apr 06, 2011 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do i put my jeep into 4 wheel drive? Sounds dumb i know, but I just got a 94 jeep grand cherokee and dont know hwo to put it in 4 whe3l


near the gearstick you have another one, on which it writes 2, 4 , and low, if you put it in 2 you have only the back wheels powered, if 4 you are on 4wd and on low you have a power gear, that gives you more power on the wheels, by changing the gearbox ratio

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1997 jeep grand cherokee 4wd 'grabs' in hard turns


if you are driving on pavement in 4wd, STOP you will damage your transfercase or axles. 4wd is intended for low traction conditions, that dose not include wet pavement.

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The car jumps when the wheels are turned left or right


you need to have the front axles checked or replaced,they are not freely turning

Dec 28, 2009 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Turning sharply in parking lot vibration or rubbing feeling in the steering also in reverse on 2001 grande cherokee with quadra track 2


1st let me make sure I understand your Jeeps 4 wheel drive. I believe the quadra trac system is a full time 4 wheel drive, there is no 2 wheel drive setting, only a separate 4 Lo (for very slow speed). If this is correct, the problem is, the quadra trac system you have is supposed to compensate for any variations in wheel speed, whether it's driving in the snow, or cutting the wheels sharply to park on dry pavement. What u describe is typical behavior of a part time 4 wheel drive system. The problem is, your full time 4x4 should be compensating for this, and it's not. So, let me know if the above info about your 4wd is accurate (no part time 4wd setting, no 2wd setting, only full time 4wd and 4Lo setting. If it is, the system is not compensating for changes in the wheel slippage correctly.

Mar 21, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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