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Old 05-14-2019, 06:02 PM
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Diff Cable Lock?

I just picked up a 94 wrangler 2.5 and it has this kit:
https://www.extremeterrain.com/alloy...yj-450920.html


I'm trying to figure out exactly how to use it to put it in 4x4. Is it just put it in 4 and hit the red button? I've never seen this before (new to yjs).



Also, anyone have any recommendations on the rear door seal where it meets the soft top window? I have rain coming in there sometimes. Not a big deal but would be nice to stop.

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Old 05-14-2019, 07:36 PM   #2
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Put it in 4x4 and then pull the knob while pushing the button

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Should pull out about an inch, may have to rock the Jeep back or forth a tad to line up the splines.
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I've found to make a slight turn to the left and right while moving slowly to engage the CAD with a cable. Then screw the knob in to lock it in place, it operates just like an old school PTO cable.
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Good to know. Thanks for the responses. I never used anything like it and PO said just hit the button, which seemed to do 0.

Am I correct in thinking it's only needed when going into 4x4? I'll test it out tonight.
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