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2001 Pajero 3.2 DID How do you remove the actuator from the transfer box ?

The actuator does not always engage 4wd. I want to remove it and clean it, but cannot get the shaft far enough out of the box to unclip it. How do I do this or if I power the shaft out of the actuator will the gears inside come loose and will I be able to return the shaft easily. Read this idea on forums.

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if your vehicle has manual locking front hubs then you need to turn them to lock first. then it's best to have the car on but not moving and perhaps in neutral gear put in the clutch and using the transfer lever select either low or high range. some vehicles need to go in reverse first before the transfer gears engage; that is usually hiluxes.Don't forget to do this procedure in reverse when returning to normal road driving as it is not good for the car to be driving on the road in 4x4

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