Originally Posted by cheese_man
since seafoam is a lubricant
adding a ounce to the changed out fluid should not hurt it
but it would be better for you to find a long dirt road and drive along it in 4wd high
doing this help the seafoam dislodge the crud that is jamming the shift collar
We just got some snow here in northern new Jersey and i took the ranger out. I used the 4wd around my unplowed neighborhood. Since i posted this concert, ive gotten new tires. The last set had a different sizes front and rear. The front tires where larger. When I'd engage 4 high, i went in, and i heard the t case turning, but the front end would skate alittle. Now, it engages and doesn't make any noise. I took it on a steep hill and tested it. So i think the real problem may have been the difference i tire size. I know under heavy load, it a pain to shift the transfer case. That may be it. I still plan on changing the fluid just for good measure anyways. But how does this sound to you?