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4 wheel drive light comes in on low and wont goes out while im pushing the button

I hear a clanging sound wenever i turn and a racing sound while driveing my speed metre goes to80-90 while i know im going at 40mph

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You have to put it in neutral with the engine running and vehicle stopped to disengage and engage the 4wd.

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