Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
I'm not sure, but it sounds like your front axle is still engaged. You will experience this on asphalt or concrete that is dry. If you pull on to a dirt road and the problem is not as pronounced then that is a tell tail sign the front axle is still engaged. Block the rear wheels. Jack the front end up and see if the driveline will turn. If it turns freely then you have a different problem If the driveline can't be turned then the transfer case has not disengaged for some reason. Sometimes the transfer cases get wrapped up as they call it. Back the vehicle up while shifting from 4 HI to 2 HI. This may disengage the transfer case and allow it to return to 2 wheel drive.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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