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Do you mean that the clutch will not disengage? If so the first thing to check is the fluid level in the clutch slave cylinder reservoir. If it's dry on fluid you'll need to refill it and look for a leak in the master cylinder, slave cylinder or the line connecting the two. You may also have to bleed the slave cylinder.
If the grinding noice lasts for just a few seconds, don't worry about it. If it grinds along time or constantly, the hub is not disengaging fully then you need to take it to a mechanic for sure. Good Luck.
You have to crawl under the car to get this done. Identify the location of the bulb then crawl underneath and locate the appropriate connector. Grab the connector with your hand and twist the connector right-to-left. The connector will then disengage from the plastic housing and you can withdraw the connector and the bulb from the housing. Once disconnected, grab the bulb with one hand and the connector with the other, and pull out the bulb straight out (no twisting). Replace is the reverse. Easy. Should take less than 1 minute.
the cables that go to the rear wheels,one or both are damaged try spraying them with some king of lubricant solvent CRC, WD40, SEAFOAM works best. this should help to release cable, the replace cable, DO NOT DISSCONNECT EMERGECY BRAKE!!!!will not pass inspection
1. I would suggest that you engage your 4WD while you are in full stop and/or safe range of 5mph, however as claimed by the local dealers your vehicle is capable of engaging even while driving. Engage your 4WD while moving only when necessity requires.
2. That clicking noise while turning extreme right or left would be the birfield of your axle and would only mean your front hub is still engage even though you have disengaged transfer case.
Have your front hubs cleaned of old lubricants or grease due to non usage. dont use grease as lubricants, use thick oil such as gear oil or silicone oil. and use your 4WD every now and then.
Do this first then check if you still feel somtehing is loose on your suspension and others.
You have a defective start, no 2 ways about it, and it may be hung up, which means there is no way that you will be able to start it or to disengage the starter. It will have to be towed, and as it is, the tow company can tow it.