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- Jan 21, 2005
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- Federal Way, WA
Hey, you only need 4X2 to drive the truck.Yes, I am sure. That is just a little farther down the priority list.
That would certainly cause the vibration. Maybe you can try lifting the cab up a little instead of removing the Y pipe?Now I get the fun of removing the Y-pipe to make some more room between it and the cab.
Damn! That’s a great idea. Wish I had read this before tackling it this afternoon…. Oh well it is almost put back together.Hey, you only need 4X2 to drive the truck.
That would certainly cause the vibration. Maybe you can try lifting the cab up a little instead of removing the Y pipe?
It doesn't want to stop in 4 high. From 2WD it won't go back far enough to hit 4HI without pushing down, then it goes right to neutral.T-case won't go into 4hi or 4lo? 4hi is the first click back.
If you are meaning 4lo it is probably that pain in the ass shifter. If I remember correctly after you push down to get into neutral you then have to pull up on the shifter to get into 4lo. Lube the crap out of the part where the shifter slides up and down.
I remember yanking the shifter knob off my 95 every time I had to put it in 4lo.