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Old 02-25-2008, 08:25 AM   #1
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Uh Oh! No 4H no mo'

I installed a 3.5" lift and now...I have trouble shifting into 4H. I used to be able to shift while in park, now I have to be rolling...about 10 mph to lock in. Is this normal? Does it have to do with the t-case drop?

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Old 02-25-2008, 11:32 AM   #2
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did you adjust the shifter linkage after droping the t-case?

should fix your problem

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ggrr i wanna use this one just dont want to offend any one>>>.

anyhow put it in 2wd and then the red screw is what you're going to unscrew...

then move the shifter inside the jeep all the way forward (it should slide easily)

Push it all the way down and then tighten the screw. Go inside and give it a try.

Do you have a bodylift too?

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mine was all rusted and i had to take that rod off and pound the little square thing with a hammer in the vise to get it to break free
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mine was all rusted and i had to take that rod off and pound the little square thing with a hammer in the vise to get it to break free
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Damn 4 a little grumpy far from home......
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Damn 4 a little grumpy far from home......
Naw, just messing with the kid.
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yea i saw tinys post i have been missing something lately.
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Old 02-26-2008, 10:27 AM   #10
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ggrr i wanna use this one just dont want to offend any one>>>.

anyhow put it in 2wd and then the red screw is what you're going to unscrew...

then move the shifter inside the jeep all the way forward (it should slide easily)

Push it all the way down and then tighten the screw. Go inside and give it a try.

Do you have a bodylift too?

Thanks for the pic. No BL...and I'm stuck in Ft. Worth right now so I can't mess with it.

Thanks for the help.

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