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Jeep 1996 loredo

Hi, have just bought a jeep loredo 96 and it has a gear stick saying 4wheel all the time then 'N' then '4 lo' i can't figure out how to get it out of 4 wheel drive all the time. does it have to stay in 4x4 all the time or is there a way to get it out of 4x4. please help. doesn't feel right when driving. thanks

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There is an solenoid in the 4 wheel drive that allows the ingage dis ingage of that system that might be defective due to low voltage or just worn out. even though your shifting the stick this solenoid might be causing the problem. take it to a shop and have a tech inspect it.

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