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The first thing i would check is the tire size. If the vehicle has different sized tires or one or more excessively worn tires it could cause this concern. The tires need to be very close in diameter on 4x4 vehicles or the system will try to engage four wheel drive and could cause the symptoms you're describing. An easy way to check this, besides visually inspecting the tires, is to go to a parking lot. Use a crayon or some type of marker and mark all the tires at the bottom sidewall or six o'clock position. Drive the vehicle forward a total of ten tire revolutions. The marks on all tires should be very close to the six o'clock position. If not then you have a diameter difference that could be causing this concern. Get this quick check out of the way before spending money on diagnosis. Good luck!
change your oil and filter dont run real thick oil dont know where you live buts its cold outside makes oil get thick,i dont know if you change your oil like your supposed to, the oil screen could be stoped up if problem persist take it to a mechanic you can throw a rod
mcdevito75 here, The low side port of your A/C is located on one of the shiny metal lines comeing out of the firewall, they are attached to the evaporator under the dash, from the firewall carefully follow these silver lines till you reach the charge port. The port may be covered with a brass looking cap, un srew the capp and the port looks like the valve on the tire.
if there aren't srews holding the lens on the outside, open trunk and you should be able to get it from there. you might have to pull the carpet down. if there are srews on the outside, just unsrew them and pop off the lens. good luck
I had this problem on my 1995 Montero. The 4-wheel-drive indicator lights wouldn't stop blinking when I switched from 4-wheel drive to 2-wheel drive. It turns out that I had a slow leak in one of the front tires. After I fixed the leak and made sure the pressure was the same in both front tires, the problem went away.
This made sense to me because if one tire is much lower in pressure, it's closer to the ground, i.e. has a smaller radius, and therefore rotates more quickly. The manual says to drive in a straight line when disengaging 4-wheel drive but with the lower tire pressure on one side it was the equivalent of driving in a circle.
You could try checking your tire pressures and see if that makes a difference. Hope this helps.