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4 Wheel Drive Doesnt Work

When i engadge the 4x4, there is no power to the front wheels. I believe i need to replace the hubs. I want to go from automatic to manual. Will someone walk me through the exchange?

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I can't get the 4 wheel drive lever to move either forward or backwards.

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