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'02 Montero 4wd problem

When driving an '02 mitsubishi montero, I decided to put it into the top most gear (4wll or something?) And drove for a sec, when I put it back into two wheel drive, the wheel screen where it shows what wheels are activated decided to all turn off, and only the box in the middle of all the wheels is lit red. I've tried switching to and from 4 wheel drive and 2 wheel drive. But no luck. Also, if I turn off the car for a while, it shows the wheels just fine, but after a while, it goes red in the middle again. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Position switch stock remove and check operation by pressing contact in and out set gear leaver in 2h position and reinstall

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