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
Re: transfer gear stick stuck in 4x4 low vitara help
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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This can be caused by worn out fluid in the transfer case, this cause the clutch to stick in the transfer case. The Transfer case fluid (ATF) should be replaced with clean fluid every 30,000 miles or so, if you haven't done that drain the fluid and replace it with clean Dexron Type VI ATF
SHIFT LINKAGE WORN OR DAMAGED.BROKEN OR LOOSE INPUT GEAR BEARING RETAINER, COULD HAVE DAMAGED OR WORN CHECK BALLS FORK ROD BALL GROOVES OR CHECK SPRINGS, WORN MAINSHAFT OR COUNTERSHAFT BEARINGS,WORN SYNCHRONIZERS OR CHIPPED OR WORN GEAR TEETH. MANY THINGS WILL CAUSE MANUAL TRANSMISSION TO JUMP OUT OF GEAR.
Hi Thank You for using FixYa. Kindly follow
the instructions: Put the truck in neutral, have your foot on the brake, switch
it out of 4LO and wait up to 10 seconds or so. If this doesn't work, put it in
drive or reverse, move a foot or two, then put it back into neutral and try
again. I bet it will work. If you're not in neutral, the drive train is still
being torque by the engine. If your foot isn't on the brake, I think it
electrically prevents the switch out of 4 LO from happening. If it is stuck in,
I might suggest you've got gearbox windup. Jacking up a front wheel might let
it come undone.
If the actuator still sticks, I think there's an override on the transfer case.
It has a dial with positions. You'll need a 1/2" Ratchet to work it. Please do rate the solution if the
issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
Have an assistant push in on the clutch while you observe the function of the cluth throwout bearing lever, it may be that the throwout bearing fork lever is not on its pivot point or is out of adjustment, you should be able to rotate the rear tires when the clutch is pushed in if not the throw out bearing and fork assembly either was not put in corectly or you did not bleed out the air from the slave cylinder.
sounds like you may have jamed the linkage. youll have to look underneath to see. back in hunting season i had a tire flip a stick into the linkage of my F-150. thought i had broke some thing till i look under and saw the stick. whew what a relief. when shifting in and out of 4x4 always put tranny in neutral and set parking brake. when shifting out you can move backwards slowly and out shift easier. gl
this is most commonly caused by the motor on the transfer case that engages the 4X4 either sticking or defective, sticking can be caused by dirty fluid, have u ever serviced the fluid in the transfer case, it should be done around 30,000 miles if u use the 4X4 allot.