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Thread: Engaging 4 Wheel Drive Issue

  1. #11
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    sounds like the shaft is impeded. also measure the throw on the 'pin' with & without the cover.

  2. #12

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    I agree , if it works OK without the cover and then not with it fitted something with its location or fixing is impeding it. I think you need to take it off again and check. It may be worth slacken off it fixings & see if it starts to work.

  3. #13
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    I measured the travel of all three shafts with the cover off and in each mode. They checked out per the docs I found in the forums. It must be something in how the dust cover is mounted. I did find that I only need to remove one side of the floor to to get to it and not the tunnel.

    I can't think of anything else that would restrict it.

  4. #14
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    i guess you could be in Maine or Alaska and you have some ice in there?

  5. #15
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    I found my issue. The 4wd pin wasn't moving upward enough from the yellow lever press to release the selector. I adjusted the rod that connects to the pivot as much as I could. It requires a full, hard press own to release the pin, but it does engage. Not sure if there are other adjustments I can make to ensure it engages when I need it.

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