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Manual transmission will not go into 2w

After using it in 4-HI will not go back to 2w (manual transmission)

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This car is not AWD.
its called part time 4wd. that means, this
stop driving on dry pavement in 4wd. or risk below.

http://www.rubicon-trail.com/4WD101/driveline-bind.html

posted 100s of times here. and all 4wd forums world wide, 1000s.

Posted on Mar 31, 2014

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    i forgot to say, drive to dirt,gravel , sand or grass and shift to 2wd. one tire must be on loose soil or ice. see? that is how PT 4wd works , one car maker has TSB that says to jack up a tire. to unwind the drive line. so as not to damage it, I have TSB , one of the most funny ever made....RTM

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Jeep will not go back int 2-w drive


my guess... is car is 4wd not AWD, like my wrangler
and non go back to 2wd from 4wd if car is sitting on dry pavement.
you never stated road conditions ,so i guess at dry road and not offroad.
Partime 4wd is only for ICE or offroad, if you read the lost operators guide it tell you that.
the solution (TSB subject) is to drive to dirt and switch to 2wd.
if no dirt, jog car in a straight line, and try , forward the back the try.
or jackup one wheel. and try.
its locked in to 4wd due to WINDUP, (bad driving)

post on 1000s of forums and here 100 times.
http://www.fixkick.com/part-time-test.html

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