I have never had a 4WD vehicle before, so this is all new to me.
My 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee ( about a month old to me ) gave me quite a surprise this morning.
Let me fill you in on what I did last night before I explain...
Coming home from work last night, I decided to try the 4WD out...just to do it. In the center console, it has 2WD, 4WD Part Time, 4WD Full, and 4WD Low. I shifted the lever from part time...ran for a bit...then tried out 4WD Full for a bit.
I pulled up into the driveway and then switched it back to 2WD where I normally run it. To me, it seemed like the lever wouldn't "click" back into the 2WD notch completely and it could easily slip back into 4WD Part Time with a light touch.
Anyway, here is the suprise that I got this morning...
I got in and started to back out of my drive as normal...but as I did it almost felt like a tire was sticking or I had a flat tire. I continued to back out and put it in drive only to get the same feeling. Rememebering what I did lastnight, I shifted through the different 4WD options hoping it would set everything back how it was.
Having no choice, I had to drive it to work ( about a 5 min drive ). It seemed to run itself out of the problems I guess and only seemed to act weird when I was making turns which I did. Once in awhile I think I heard a little tiny pop or click here and there...but nothing damaging I hope.
My best guess is that it wasn't shifted back fully into 2WD or something. Not even sure if the previous owner ever even used it and I was the first to change it up.
Anyone have any clue on what the problem may be? It could be resolved now, but I just don't want to take ANY chances.
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