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4x4 not working

It is full time 4x4 when I shift from 2 h to 4h I donot have power to front wheels for 4 wheel drive ?

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Might just need a new transfer case pull one from junkyard or buy rebuild kit

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SOURCE: 4 wheel drive engages but hubs are not locking in

chances are that your one of your auto locks have when out on you you can replace them with the manual locking type if you dont mind getting out and locking the hubs in. and a plus to manual locks is that they are much much stronger

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SOURCE: Grinding in and out of 4 wheel drive

You say 'new' truck, 09? or new used? I have had 3 Fords, 3 w/ manual trans. case, if you go into 4x4 Low range, you must come to a complete stop before shifting the trans. case to 4x4 mode, and I always put trans (automatic) in neutral before slipping into 4x4, it engages smoothly, no grinding. 4x4 high range can be put in while moving, but I would let off the gas pedal, shift to 4x4 high range, then resume accelerating. If there is any grinding going on doing it as above, something isn't right. Check the trans. case fluid level also, to make sure that's not an issue.

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SOURCE: 1996 dodge ram 2500 4x4 won't engage. no

Your transfer could be bad.

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