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Check the fuses and relay just tap it first to bring it on line. check the trany fluid level .
do an OBD2 test for codes.
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When you push teh 4hi button, yo shouldhear a click under the right side dash. That is the transer case shift module. Also check for any blown fuses. You should also hear the encoder motor activate when you push the 4wd button. The encoder motor is attached to the side of the transfer case and you. These tend to go bad from corrosion. You can test the encoder motor by disconnecting it from the electrical supply and use a jumper to apply 12 volts to the plug in on the motor. I found an easy way to apply voltage whenever I need t test something. I use a 12 volt battery charger. Straighten out two metal paper clips and clamp one in each of the alligator clips on the battery charger. turn the charger on to the lowest amp setting and us the paper clips as probes to activate whatever part you are testing. Works great, and you don't have to remove the part to test it. If the encoder motor won't work with the tester, it will have t be replaced. They are not cheap. Avoid the dealerships. They'll charge up to $800 for one. Check NAPA or auto zone. If the encoder motor checks out ok, then move on to the vacuum lines, especially the one under the battery tray. You will have to remove the battery and ray to get to it, but it is notorious for coming loose. Read your owners manual for warnings about disconnecting the battery, concerning stereos and alarm systems.

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Not sure what you mean by "4wd all the time, Neutral".
But I can tell you how it's supposed to operate.

The three modes are 2wd, 4wd high and 4wd low. When switching between 2wd and 4wd high it makes no difference whether the Jeep is moving or in neutral. The only condition that needs to be obseved when switching from 2 to 4 high is the speed of the Jeep. It should not be done above 45mph.
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At times it may even be necessary to put the lever back to the high position and move the Jeep a couple feet to align gears before it goes into low.

This is the reason for the relative ease when switching from 2wd to 4wd high.
There is an art to switching from 2wd to 4wd high then to 4wd low. Once your son becomes familiar with the Jeep and begins using the different modes it will become easier.
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