my transfer case is stuck in 4low
My rpm keep keep rising my transfer case is stuck in 4 low the shop want $500+ to fix
this please help!!!!
what kind of auto is it?
what yr.. sry
you have to be in neutral to get it out of 4x4 low is that how you tried?
It's a 97 expedition, and yes I tried to do it in neutral
Someone told me if I get the axle removed the truck will run regular just without the 4 wheel drive
not if its in 4x4 low removing front shaft wont help. its ran by vacuum located on the front axle and runs up firewall on the passenger side under the hood. try putting it in neutral click to 4x4 hi and then back up about 100ft if that don't work try to take a screw driver to the lever on the axle to kinda help it out in shifting to 2wd pretty simple when you see it. let me know hope this helps
Thanks I'll try it today!!!!!!
Thanks for that info I have a 97 Ford f150 tranfer case Stuck in for low and I've already removed the front drive shaft
My 1998 Ford Expedition transfer case is stuck in 4 low in it
To anybody with this problem, the driveline often gets bound up, and the shift encoder motor is not very strong, so it can't make the shift. I've gotten them to shift by backing the truck onto loose gravel, dirt etc and then goosing it enough for the rear wheels to spin a little. This will take the bind out of the driveline. If not, jack up the rear axle in the air (just off the ground is all you need). If it STILL won't shift (try it both in neutral and park, and give it at least 30 seconds).... then the shifter in the transfer may be stuck. It happens when 4L is never used, and someone shifts it, or accidentally hits the wrong button. (I've had this happen when testing an encoder motor after installing a new one, I've learned to not go to 4L because it cost me an hour of time to fix it). In this case, pull the encoder motor off, and shift the transfer case manually with a wrench to 2 HI. Then with the motor still off, push the button for 2 HI, and the motor "should" move to that position. Then bolt everything back together.
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