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Old January 18th, 2013, 02:36 PM
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Question I need HELP with my 92 bronco

i have a 92 bronco full size, i pick it up from a guy about a week ago and got home found out all wiring was jack up...now my 4x4 auto is stuck and will not come out of 4x4..am guessing what am asking is how can i get it to release???? please help this is my first bronco.
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For the time being you can just disconnect the front driveshaft, sounds as if the electric motor in the transfercase is stuck, AFAIK there isn't a way to get it unstuck unless you pull the case and replace the motor.
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thanks if i have to pull the wife will kill me
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you "Old Breed" from the M14 days ?


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When you turn the knob on the Dash for the transfercase does anything make a sound?
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I'd follow what Blue said and welcome to the club simperfi762!

J, the strange thing about Marines is that there is no "old breed" or "new breed" there is just the Marine breed. Even though i was issued an M16 i could still appreciate the finer points of the M14 despite its so called inefficiencies that led to the use of the M16.



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Marines do not know the word quite or give up that's the one thing grandpop told all the boys...and thank for the help got it going
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what was the problem & the fix ?


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you can try taking bolts out of motor and twisting the motor on shaft then moving the shaft backand forth .
I bought a truck that was left in 4x4 for year wa used to drive kids out 4 miles dirt road to bus .

It loosened the t/case enough to get it out of 4x4 . But once these start having issues they keep coming .

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