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How to change a 1999 jeep wrangler 4 wheel drive

How to test , find , and change a 1999 jeep wrangler 4 wheel drive light indicator

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    Forgot to say I changed bulbs and 4 wheel engages.

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IS YOUR 4X4 ACTUALLY ENGAGING, IF SO THEN THE BULB BEHIND CLUSTER IS MOST LIKELY BURNED OUT

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