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hippy 01-02-2013 01:46 PM

no 4x4
 
So new years eve i was at a buddy's house and parked off his drive... he was having a party and we got a foot of snow.... any way i parked in front of someone and they needed out so i put it 4x4 and only the rear wheels spined... iv tryed putting it low and hi and still no front traction..... yesterday i checked all the fuses behind the glove box and under the hood nothing was blown.... im stumped my sector light for my auto transmission is out.... its a 06 wrangler auto 6 cylinder

Big Cole 01-02-2013 01:49 PM

Have you checked the tcase linkage? I bet your linkage is damaged thus you are not actually shifting your rig out of 2H.

hippy 01-02-2013 02:32 PM

Sort of i can feel it go in gear( high and low ) physically checking it it looks right... its got a 4 in 2" body lift i used the 4x4 earler this week when we first got snow and iv sence let it set in a warm grage and dry out and i didn't really play in the snow when i used it i just drove to work.... ots like it worked one day and quit the next... thats why i checked all the fuses and looked for a vacuum line off but iv had no luck fixing or finding any thing wrong with it....

Jerry Bransford 01-02-2013 03:52 PM

There is no vacuum or electrical gizmos that need to work to engage 4x4, that is strictly a mechanical function that happens solely by pulling the transfer case lever into 4Hi or 4Lo. I suspect your t-case linkage has simply slipped out of adjustment, which often happens after installing a body lift.

The fix only requires that you get under your Jeep with a 1/2" wrench & have someone work the t-case lever while you watch to see how it works. Once you figure it out, you'll see the bolt with the 1/2" head on it. Loosen that bolt, slide the bracket back up the shift rod a tad until it can pull the t-case shift lever far enough to engage 4x4 & then tighten the bolt securely.

hippy 01-02-2013 04:30 PM

Wow ok thanks!! Ill try that if i can get a chance thanks!!!


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