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My transfer case is not working and I was wondering if it was possible to disconect it till I'm able to get it repaired, and still be able to drive in 2 wheel.

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If its not working then trk is not going to move. you need to explain what is (not working ) . does trk still drive yet transfercase will not shift to 4 hi or lo? If so then leave it in 2 whl and have it checked as soon as possible. But if it is cluncking and binding i would not be driving due to possible mechanical failure causing driveline failure and possible bodily harm to yourself or others. But if it still drives fine and its in 2 whl your probably safe.

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what you need is NP242 or NP231 selectrac /command trac transfer cases from 4.0 G.cherokee or Cherokee. those allows you to select 2wd for all time driving and let you decide on mode when 4wd is needed.

also you can test to see how it feels by removing front shaft for trial purposes but you will be loosing power because all time transfer case distributes the traction over front and rear.( do not try this when driving in traffic)

*I also heard that it is possible to convert all time mode to all time 2wd but keeping 4wd low intact.( i wonder how realiable the result is though)

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If the speedometer doesn't work, I usually look for a VSS or vehicle speed sensor, but on the Ford Escape, the Wheel Speed Sensors detect speed.

The ABS light may be on if there isn't a signal going from the speed sensors to the ABS module, or the module is bad, itself.

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The speedometer problem could also be a bad speedometer gauge, but that is rare, these days and is not indicated by the ABS light being on that says that maybe a signal has been lost to the wheel speed sensors themselves.

I hope this helps to understand what may be going wrong, even though you did the right thing by changing the wheel speed sensors.

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May I suggest the Actron Brakescan tool which covers most domestic vehicles from 1996 to 2005?

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