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4x4 cable broke on jeep liberty

Can I engage four wheel drive manually when the shift cable broke on my jeep?

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SOURCE: jeep stuck in low four wheel drive

Put the transmission in neutral, emergency brake off, foot off the brake pedal, now try shifting out of 4 wheel drive low. If that doesn't work, drive forward, and again do the above, trans. in neutral, roll to a stop, foot off brake, try to disengage. What you're probably experiencing is called drive shaft 'wind up', and it is very difficult to disengage, but do the above and it should shift out of 4 low. countrycurt0

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SOURCE: Jeep Quadratrack does not shift into 4 wheel drive

the quad trac is an alltime 4wheel drive system. it does have a control module that helps transfer the power from front to rear. if it is a 2008 it should be under warranty and you can have it checked out for proper operation

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 jeep grand cherokee all time four wheel drive will not engage

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

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SOURCE: how do I shift into four wheel drive?

I've seen some that can be shifted while in park, but generally even when that is possible, it is always better to shift while rolling at a slow speed (under 20mph). When all components are turning, it's easier for them to properly engage without grinding.. If after you are finished using 4x4, the front axle does not disengage, you can usually get it to do so by disengaging the shifter, then backing up for about ten to twenty feet.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1995 Jeep Wrangler will

The transfer case needs to be checked. To check that the transfer case is engaged, then lift the Wrangler so all four wheels are off the ground. Engage 4wd (hi or low), start the Jeep and put it in drive. At least one front wheel and one back wheel should spin. Also check vacuum lines to the front axle and transfer case. If you have a bad check valve or a broken line, your transfer case can be in 4wd but your front axle wont engage.The Jeep Wranglers were equipped with a vacuum actuated Center Axle Disconnects (CAD). Its job is to engage the front axle when in 4x4 in engaged. These assembly's become very failure prone with age. They are easy to repair and replace, make sure to verify that it is receiving vacuum as the vacuum lines often go bad and leak. The CAD assembly is located on the back side of the front axle tube, just to the left of the pumpkin, when looking from the front.To see the vacuum line diagram,see the fig below:--- helpmech_43.jpg
---------------------- If neither one of the front tires are driving while in 4x4, but the front driveshaft is spinning, you may have a front differential problem.------------- You must also try adjusting the screw holding the linkage. There is an adj screw on the back side of the linkage "bar" that you might need to adjust to get it to work right."Check the transfer case shifter to see if it will move to 4L. If not, the linkage will need adjusting. Place the shifter in 4L".To adjust you need to lift the lever. loosen the bolt, adjust the linkage where it seemed it needed to be, tighten the bolt, put it in 4H, 4L. Try this loosen bolt and pull lever to 4L and tighten, but if it wouldn't go back to 2H. Then put it in 2H and loosened bolt and pulled lever and tightened bolt. ---------------- This troubleshooting,procedure will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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Can I engage and disengage the 4 wheel drive while I'm driving? At what speed?


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I have a 2002 Liberty 4x4 and today when I tried to put it in four wheel I drove forward afterwards, but if you try to turn the car acts like it will not go at all.


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How do I shift into four wheel drive?


I've seen some that can be shifted while in park, but generally even when that is possible, it is always better to shift while rolling at a slow speed (under 20mph). When all components are turning, it's easier for them to properly engage without grinding.. If after you are finished using 4x4, the front axle does not disengage, you can usually get it to do so by disengaging the shifter, then backing up for about ten to twenty feet.

Dec 12, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Liberty

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4 wheel drive doesnt work.


Has this Jeep been modified at all?
It sounds like the shifter cable was reinstalled backwards.
Specifically the 4-Low "Not Climbing Well". 4-Low should give you the best torque and hill climbing ability.
Do you feel any "Binding" in the steering wheel (difficult to turn)?
Remember a Jeep uses real driveshafts and differentials to give you 4WD - you cannot engage 4WD or 4-Low on dry hard surfaces. It needs a little bit of slip between the wheels for turns.
Check you're fluids too.

Jul 11, 2009 | 1992 Jeep Wrangler

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Don't know how to engage 4WD - No owners manual


I love driving 4x4 jeeps, especially in 4-wheel drive. First, a list of when you should and should not use 4-wheel drive.

2x4 Hi is for normal driving in most weather and anytime you are driving over 50mph.

4x4 HI is for getting you unstuck from mud or snow and can be used up to 50mph but is not recommended for much faster. It is only designed to get you moving and unstuck, it will NOT make it any safer to drive faster on slick surfaces like rain, snow, or ice. Always drive slower on these kinds of surfaces.

4x4 lo (low) is for extreme 4x4 driving like trail riding and mud bogging to get over steep inclines and deep mud without burning up the clutch. 4x4 lo should never be used to drive faster than 25-35mph and should only be used in off road situations.

Neutral (on the 4x4 shifter) is mainly used if you are towing your jeep with any of the wheels on the ground. It completely disengages the transmission from the drive train so you can tow it without damaging the trans.

Now, to shift from one to another. My jeep may be different than yours and I haven't driven my jeep in a while (I had to sell it) but it should shift the same way.

First, make sure you are parked and the wheels are not moving. Put the main gear shift (5-speed) into Neutral, hold down the clutch and move the selector from 2x4 to 4x4 by first pulling the shifter to the side then moving it up or down. Some jeeps (especially older ones) may have a wheel lock on the outside of the wheel hub (AKA hub lock). This must be in the "LOCK" position for 4x4 and "UNLOCK" for normal 2x4 driving. Make sure it is fully engaged in the slot before shifting into 1st. Then you can drive normally, following the guidelines above.

The regular 5-speed transmission will shift just the same as before but you will notice that the jeep will drive much slower in 4x4 lo and it will have much more torque for those really sticky situations.

Good luck! Have fun! And if you do plan on doing some real 4x4'in or mud boggin' make sure you buy a winch for the front of your jeep or bring a friend who has a winch on their truck to get you unstuck from the worst of the worst! Don't forget to rate!

P.S. if you have problems with one or more 4x4 settings you can always shift back to 2x4. Make sure that if you are driving on the highway or in normal driving conditions, you are always in 2x4.

P.P.S. If you are near the Columbia, MO area send me a PM, I'd love to find some new friends to do some 4x4 driving with in the area so I can get back into the sport. I miss it.

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