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Old 12-25-2010
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transfercase problem

i have a 93 ranger with manual hub my transfer case motor wount shift and i am geting snow sunday can i leave the transefer case in 4 high and leave the hub un locked to i get a motor when i need 4x4 go out and lock the hub wound i it hurt the trany
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Old 12-26-2010
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if you take the shift motor off you should be able to shift it in and out of 4wd with a pair of plyers
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if you take the shift motor off you should be able to shift it in and out of 4wd with a pair of plyers
Is this true? lol my t-case screws around with me also, doesn't want to go back into 2wd after wheeling in 4x4.
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