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Unread 11-15-2014, 08:45 AM   #1
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95 4x4 probkems

So I found out my 4 wheel drive wasn't working in the middle if a mid pit. I have the stock vacuum system. I've heard a lot of the system freezing up so I've just been putting it into 4wd once every time I drive it. I think the 4wd engages now because the light is on and it pulls and kind if jumps in hard turns. But now the problem is it won't go into 2 high. The shifter just moves straight up from 2 high to 4 lo and doesn't follow the normal 2 high to 4 high over to neutral and up to 4 lo pattern. Any ideas? And can I open up the fork without getting fluids dumped on me?

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