|07-06-2008 06:11 AM|
oh, thanks, that's what i needed to know
I wish the dealer could have told me about this. he left the most important bit out
|07-05-2008 09:40 AM|
Now, 2h to 4h can be done while in gear beacause you are not changing gear ranges, just engaging or disengaging the front axle. Hope this makes sense?
|07-05-2008 01:02 AM|
hey guys, i tried shifting 2H to 4H to 4L when the auto transmission is in N
it could be done much easier
but, by the way, does it damage the drive line? or clutch?
is that how you would do it? or is there a proper way?
|07-02-2008 01:39 PM|
Read the manual for the correct method of shifting into 4-Lo.
If you're already in a mess and can't move and want to get into 4-Lo, put the Jeep in neutral and shut it off; now grab a hold and shift it all the way down in one shot.
It will loosen up after a few weeks.
|07-02-2008 12:21 PM|
tranfer case hard to shift
maybe you should start eating wheaties for breakfast.
|07-02-2008 11:55 AM|
|kbart||All need to be done while moving. 2H to 4H can be at just about any speed under say 50mph. Into N or 4L and back to 4H should be at a slow roll like a California rolling stop but with the clutch in or AT in neutral. If you are in 4WD and turning left or right it will be hard to shift out until you straighten out and reduce the driveline binding.|
|07-02-2008 02:49 AM|
TRANSFER CASE very hard to shift, why?
i just bought a 2008 jeep wrangler auto 3.8 V6
i tried to shift the t-case down to 4H it was hard
but it could be done with difficulties
then, it is very very hard to shift into N
then even harder to shift into 4L
does anyone have any tips on how to shift it?