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How to turn 4wd lock off (2000 Dodge Durango)?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its in 4 wheel drive you should feel it in the steering especily when you are turning while moving. Also if its in 4 low it will shift trans gears fast. Also try backing the vehickel up and see if the light comes on.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
There are 2. One is located above the catalytic converter most likely near the exhaust manifold where it attaches to the head. the second and most common one I have found to go bad is the down flow sensor located after the catalytic converter before the muffler on the underside.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
there are 2 systems.
one is a part time system only.the 4x4 locks and is for ice mud and snow.Driving full time will damage the transfer case.The other system is a full time system and the selector says 2wd,4wd part time ,4wd full time and 4 lo. if in full time,it can be driven all the time even on dry roads.The full time is really an all wheel drive system.
the 4low is a very low gear and the main shifter has to be put in neutral and then the transfer case put in 4 low.attempting to put it in 4 low while in "drive" will make a gear grinding noise.
getting out of 4 low is the opposite.shifter to neutral and then put it in 2wd and then in drive.The newer durango has an electronic transfer case with a dial on the dash.The 2002 was available with 2wd,4wd,awd and 4 lo on a switch.The 1999 has the lever on the floor .
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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Posted on Jul 01, 2010
First disconnectthe cable from negative terminal of the battery. drain the cooling system if the coolant is relatively new or in good condition, save it. remove the cooling fan and shroud. remove the drive belt and water pump pulley. loosen the clamps and detach the hoses from the water pump. if stuck try to twist to break seal. check hoses if bad replace. on v6 & v8 remove the water pump coolant return tube mounting bolt. Remove the bolts and detach the water pump from the engine. Note: the location of the various lengths and different types of bolts as you remove them. to ensure correct installation. on v8 models reach above the water pump with pilers to release the hose clamp on the bypass hose.clean the bolt & and the threaded hoses in the engine. compare the new pump with the old one make sure there identical. remove all traces of old gasket material from engine.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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