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60 Series Sahara

Only last week I got the gearbox in my 1986 Sahara re-conditioned to find that it still will not engage low gears when I 4 wheel drive. I have been told by the "Mechanic" that I broke it because I pressed the 4WD button on the dash board. I was just wondering if you can tell me if I have damaged it or if he is talking bull!
Also a users manual for an FJ60 would be a big help, do you know where I could find one of them?

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Hi it sounds like bull I have same model and often press button on dash ... heaps of manuals on e-bay !!!

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Try in there web-site, i think you did some damage, but to be sure take it to several mechanics.

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