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Transfer gear stick stuck in 4x4 low vitara help

After new clutch i put the gear sticks back which i removed both in the neutral position.to find the transfer box is jamed how and why what can i do. i drove it up and down still no change.can the stick be in wrong is there a pin that i could of dropped when i tuck it out thanks transfer box only main gears change ok

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My 2000 grandvitara had a hard time going into gears.ha some one look at it. the problem was 3bolts under the brake peddel.2 were missing. that solved that problem.i have a problem with my front hubs wont lock in.if you know a soulition iwould like to know thanks

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