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4 wheel drive

When I put my car into 4 wheel drive only the back tires move, do you know why? what could I do?

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  • squirreldog5 Jan 16, 2009

    when i put my truck in 4x4 only the back tires spin

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    4 wheel drive shows its engaged but it is not working

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I have the same prob the actuator in the front is not functioning an needs to be replaced

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