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Old 02-18-2009, 03:40 PM   #11
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My truck has the shifter on the floor.... Maybe a linkage issue?
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:09 PM   #12
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My in-laws had an issue with the shift motor on the transfer case
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Old 02-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #13
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On my 97 4x4 4.6L electronic shift you must stop, put it in neutral first
before selecting 4WD LOW,

i have to say you are wrong about the electronic shift since we have 3 of them you do not have to stop you can still drive and shift into 4x4 on the go with out stopping or shifting into nutral

Well if you go into 4WD "LOW" with electronic shift without stopping
and putting it into neutral you got one hell on a neat truck. I can shift
into 4WD HIGH on the go but must stop to go into 4WD "LOW" first !!!!
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My truck has the shifter on the floor.... Maybe a linkage issue?
seems we have gotten away from your question. sorry if i caused that one

but yea if you have the shifter on the floor, i would have a buddy get under the truck and watch as it tries to shift into 4x4 and see if he can see if any of the external linkage isnt working properly...if nothing seems wrong, maybe its something on the inside of the t-case? idk how those things work i just know that they do
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