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When i push 4x4low she clunks into gear and when i disengage into 2h it does it again ?????

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As long as its working I would not freak about it.. otherwise it sounds like you should hear the gears hookup..

Posted on Jan 02, 2014

Testimonial: "What helped was to push all three buttons (2h 4h 4l) at once with ignition off. Turn ignition to reds with out the engine on hold for thirty seconds. You will hear a slight humming sound which will go away after a while. I'm only guessing but i think its resetting the alignment of the transmission."

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