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4wd-2wd i was in 4wd and all of a sudden my car just stopped. it had power and the engine was still running but when i put it in 1st nothing and the same goes for reverse. my front wheels just for some reason dont want to move, even in neutral on a hill it wont move. what can i do ?

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  • robynhyatt Dec 31, 2008

    when i put in first and step on the gas it jerks, there is some movement both forward and backwards. also its just the front tires that wont spin the rear is fine.isnt there supposed to be some way i can "unlock" it to where my 4wd wont work but my 2wd will ? i was told it could either be my gear box or my front differential. is there an easy qiuck fix ?

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You need to have it towed to wherever you'll be having it worked on. It sounds to me like your transmission has locked up. Since you cannot shift and your wheels will not move. You'll probably have to have your transmission replaced, or fixed at the least.

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