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Transfer is stuck in a neutral on a 1988 samurai

I put it in 4 low to replace front seals then when I went to take it out it stuck in neutral and won't come out. It's a 1988 Samurai

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    i have the same exact problem with my 94 chevy 1500, i dont no wats wrong with it

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The problem is the shifter bushing on the transfer case is worn out or gone(they fall apart). go on ebay or contact a suzuki parts dealer for a replacement. An easy fix. part is under $20.00

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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Sometimes the washer under the shifter is the issue. I suggest checking it.

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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The knob on shitfter that goes transfercase may have popped out of its hole if not that its your guides

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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Check your gear oil if that is fine then its your shifter guides they are more then likley wore out i had the same problem in my 87 zuk you can buy a rebuild kit for around 75 bucks

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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