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I have a 95 jeep wrangler when in four wheel drive the right front and left rear are the only wheels that spin

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Thats correct in order to make all 4 drive you have to put lockers in it.But then you cant drive it on pavement with it locked in.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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    armyvet69 Nov 05, 2012

    How hard and how much would it cost for lockers. Thanks for your reply

  • Bman Nov 06, 2012

    lockers go in the diff cases they can be up to about 1000 dollars for each axle. they need to be put in by a profesional

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Try putting the car in neutral first. Try going in reverse while shifting out of 4wd.

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Sounds like the splines on your transfer case gear are ground down

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If the u- joints are loose, yes, that would cause the front end to shake.

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SOURCE: 92 wrangler wont go into four wheel

If you have an actuator box on the passenger front axle that may be disconnected or broken. If not remove the cover from the front differential and check the gears...they may be broken.

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