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No four wheel drive In low range.

Discussion in 'Transmissions & Transfer Cases' started by FourbyGurl87, July 31, 2011.

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    1. FourbyGurl87

      FourbyGurl87 New Member

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      Hi, I am new to these so please be patient. I have a 98 XLT and when i do everything properly the front wheels still dont work once put in low range. I would like to know what this could be & where I should start looking. Also when I'm driving along the road there is a grinding, clunking noise coming from the front. It almost sounds like it is trying to go in & out of 4 wheel drive. But its not constant. It comes and goes. I've taken it to mechanics & most say get rid of it and some won't even look at it. I love this car and want to fix it! Please Help!!
       
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      Welcome to this forum! I've moved your thread into the transmissions & transfer cases section. Check the sticky thread on the transfer case motor on the top of this section.
       

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