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4wheel drive goes into 4low wont go into 4 high. is there an adj.thank you.

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Floor mount shifter? Check the transmission mount first. If the mount has failed it can be very difficult to find 4 Hi because of the position of the floor shifter in the gate. There is also a simple adjustment on the linkage with a single locking bolt which may need reset.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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