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Stop going into 4 wheel drive - 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD

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Need way more info than that. There is a somewhat common problem where the rf axle splines wear out. Not sure if it affects trucks that old though.

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I have a 2002 honda passport. In a 4 w drive mode it struggles to turn in a full wheel turn i feel like some thing is trying to stop. No issue while driving straight or while driving in a 2w mode


no worries all four wheel vehicles do same thing, its because all wheels are turning at same speed, just go slow when turning or switch to 2 wheel when turning at a slow speed

Mar 16, 2011 | 2002 Honda Passport

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When drivingtruck in 2 wheel drive the 4 wheel low light will flash and when slow truck down to a stop it will shift into 4 wheel low and will not go back to 2 wheel high


Sometimes the solenoids will stick on the axle neither in 2 or 4 wheel drive, if this problem started when you weren't shifting between two and four wheel drive it is probably the push button switch cluster on your dash going bad

Dec 12, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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I have a 93 jeep grand cherokee laredo it has 4all time neutral and 4lo should i keep it in 4all time all the time or does that ruin it


Yes, Your Jeep is what is known as a Quadra-Trac. This type of cherokee is an all wheel drive model. 4 wheel all time is for everyday driving, Neutral completely dissconects the drive train from the transmission and will not move at all. 4 wheel low is more for off road conditions where traction is compromised. 4 wheel low should NEVER be used at speed above 15 miles an hour.

To the guy above: 4 wheel drive is designed for low end pulling power and safer handling on slippery road conditions. 4 wheel drive has NOTHING to do with how fast you go or how fast you stop. Don't post a comment if you clearly don't know the correct information.

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4 wheel drive lock up


hey charlie, 1st problem is 4 wheel drive being engaged on dry pavement. You should only have it in 4x4 in snow, or off road on sand, dirt,etc. Newer all wheel drive vehicles compensate for the tires rotating at different speeds, like going around a sharp corner. The wheels on the outside of the turn have a longer distance to travel than the wheels on the inside of the turn. This results in the vehicle feeling like it's jumping, hopping or jerking as you cut a tight turn. You can damage your 4x4 system, as the wheels are fighting each other, trying to turn the same # of rotations, and something can and will give (like blowing the transfer case). If your light is staying on after changing to 2 wd, it is possibly stuck in 4x4. To shift from 4wheel to 2 or 2wheel to 4, you should be traveling in a straight line, let off the gas, change in or out of 4x4, resume driving. 4x4 low range requires a complete stop to engage.

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We are told to stop vehicle shift to neutral before going 4-wheel


Well you can do it this way but the way the 03 is built you should be able to just shift it on the go.. now I never recomend doing this at 70 MPH but if you see your getting into something just shift into 4x4.... thanks Jerry

Apr 25, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet K1500

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Switching to 4 wheel drive


YOU WERE RIGHT. it does not have to be put in neutral. Just stop or slow down the rpms. Before switching to 4 wheel drive.

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