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I decide to test the off road capabilities for the first time and screwed **** up already. Its a 1996 4runner 3.4 liter automatic with 166,000 miles. I believe its stuck in 4 low. any ideas?

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You should place the transmission lever in Neutral and, without ~forcing~, move the transfer case lever to another selection. Also try driving in reverse a few feet back to forward a few feet, rocking the vehicle, to relieve the pressure built-up between the front axles and transmission. Make sure front and rear tires are the same size and worn equally to help avoid this problem. Usually the gears and bearings have worn out of specification and this minor symptom appears.

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