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Try driving it at that speed with your foot slightly on the brake pedal. (enough to put the brake lights on). If your lock up torque converter is acting up, riding the brake will dis-allow it from locking. Do this to see if it might be a lock up converter issue. (They usually lock up for better gas milage around 45-50 miles per hour.)
if your pressure is too low this fix is quite expensive and not worth for older cars, so the first thing you should try to keep it running is to use THICKER OIL (W20-50 or such), + oil stabilizier (any good oil additive).
I tried it in my Jeep,- helped right away.. Good luck
the popping sound is the stabilizer links or the lower control arm bushings you can replace all bushings and both link kits for around 50.00 and the light is prob from the sensor on the transfer case or the front end i would remove and clean with dawn dishwashing liquid and put them back.
Had the same problem with by 1998 S10 a couple years ago. Changed fuel filter?? didn't work. Changed the fuel pump?? didn't work. Changed the fuel pressure regulator?? didn't work.
I was about to the end of my rope when I put a timing light on it and it showed firing on cylinders more then once a cycle. Turns out my distributor cap was bad and spark was jumping between contacts. When a spark is spread out over more then one cylinder, it doesn't fire correctly and that is causing it to bog out. Simple and a lot cheaper then all the other fixes I tried. Crank sensor was my next option though.
no should be same engine. check your engine mounts and tranny mount. how bad a vibration? sometimes after installing engine the trans gets shifted around and if mount was worn it will allow it to hit crossmeber and vibrate.
Need more information, but try to engage with engine at idle and transmission in nuetral and then slowly put into gear. Some vehicles will only engage 4wd system in D for Drive not the D with the circle around it for Over Drive, due to speed restrictions on the system. 4H is used for inclement weather and snow for highway use or cruising off road. 4L should only be used OFF road not on pavement and for slow speeds only. If that does not work put in drive and slowly move vehicle forward with 4wd switch engaged shift to nuetral while coasting and then put into a forward gear NOT reverse and it should engage, make sure you do not have locking hubs as well, I don't know many vehicles that have locking hubs as of late, but I could be mistaken. Hope this helps. Other post have also stated that the 4wd switch could be faulty, and can easily burn out.