2000 TJ 2.5l, 2" OME Lift, Winch, Adjustable Control Arms, Rokmen Gas Tank Skid, Warn Sliders, CCFabs 3" Hood-lines, Engine Skid, Rock Crawler Bumper Front & Rear
Ohio River Four Wheelers- www.ORFW.org
When I got my TJ back from a RE3.5 lift, when wheeling and it wouldn't go into 4 wheel also. Back to the shop that did install, and it turned out to be in the transfer-case shifting linkage. Was an easy fix. All good now. You might want to recheck your linkage for complete movement. It's kind of buried up in the tunnel next to TC.
Away from home and vehicle at present TnDz TJ so can't look. Am I correct in my understanding that you reckon the TC linkage might be 180 deg out ? If so presume easily corrected ?
After lift / new SYE / HD propshaft initially went into 4wd high ok but not low. Now not able to get out of 2wd. Shift lever moves a little then solid and unable to engage.
It is an easy fix.... If that is the issue. Here is a pic...
The linkage arm off the t-case should be pointing down and slightly forward in 2WD. If its 180 out, it will pointing up and back and will hit the case when you try to engage 4WD( rotating wrong direction as well). Just pull the 13mm nut and invert the arm as duplicated in the pic and you will be golden .
~Todd~ 2004 X 4.0 5 speed---SOLD
4" Lift, 4.56's, 33" Duratracs on M/T Classics
RR SYE, Tatton CV, MML, BL, TT, Dynomax Exhaust
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