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I HAVE A JEEP CHEROKEE 2.5 4X4, I HAVE A SIGN SHOWN FOR 1 MONTH NOW, SAYING `PART TIME` ON IT, HOW DO I REMOVE IT, DOES IT DAMAGE THE ENGINE IN ANYWAY?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Is the four wheel drive shifter in "part time"? If so change that.

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Hi there, your jeep needs to be in 2wd then the part time light on dash will go off,how to do this is push lever beside gear stick up into 2wd,as for damaging engine not advisable having in 4wd part time on driving on road will damage shafts,4wd on these jeeps on only used for slippery ground eg gravel, snow ,mud,etc,hope this helps

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