engaging into 4x4?
at work this guy was like , stop completely and shift into neutral, and then switch into low 4 or what have you. I dont know if he is right or wrong? i have a 97 zj. i really dont want to mess my tranny up. can someone shed some light...
To correctly put it in 4Lo you should be moving at only 3-5mph, put the trans shifter quickly into neutral, then pull back your T-case shifter quickly back to the right all the way, then put it back in drive. You don't really have to moving and can be stuck with wheels spinning just so long as the speedometer reads 3-5mph you should be able to get it in 4Lo.
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Originally Posted by jeepkid945 View Post
this would imply you can do it at highway speeds but since we are talking a 15-20 year old vehicle it may be advisable to not do it at highway speeds
4lo however you need to be in neutral and moving 3-5mph (though i've had no problem shifting into 4lo from a stop) the key is to pull back hard on the lever to get it into 4lo sometimes i've had to give it a couple tries before the GDM lights up with part-time
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