|12-14-2012 08:00 PM|
|baker3||Ya i got screwed but i was coordinating everything from 800 miles.away. then the guy wanted 250 to replace my rear main seal!!! Oh ya and 30 dollars for the test drive gas...sigh|
|12-14-2012 07:55 PM|
|srad600||Daaaaaamn, id have put it in for you for that much.|
|12-14-2012 05:43 PM|
|baker3||Good info and thank you, I was just confused because when my T-Case was replaced the mechanic told me the switch on the T-case was "missing" and needed to be bought. It is becoming more and more apparent that this guy screwed me over with 1300 dollars of labor to put in my T-Case and than found more and more "wrong" with the Jeep...|
|12-14-2012 05:41 PM|
|Wesboy||My 4wd indicator light stopped working for a while - I gave the wiring warness under the dash a wiggle and it started working again - maybe we both had a loose connection.|
|12-14-2012 05:34 PM|
The Wrangler's 4x4 system is strictly and purely a part-time 4x4 system. That the part-time 4x4 light came on just means it worked as it is supposed to. If you also noticed a full-time 4x4 location on the dash, that is because the same instrument cluster was also used on the XJ Cherokee which had an optional full-time 4x4 system available at extra cost in addition to its base part-time 4x4 system.
Part-time 4x4 is designed solely for offroad use, full-time 4x4 means it is suitable for use on paved roads.
|12-14-2012 05:25 PM|
Part Time 4WD????
So my 4WD indicator light has never worked, no big deal..but today I went to shift into 4HI and it was being difficult and out of no where the PART TIME light came on, any ideas what is going on?