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I have a jeep cherokee 4x4. When i should be in 2wd i am in 4x4 hi when i should be in 4x4 hi i am in neutral and neutral is 4x4 low. I can not get it in 2wd anymore

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You have worn or missing bushings in the linkage of your transfer case.

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