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Old 07-08-2007, 05:57 PM
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Hi my H2 is stuck in 4x4 Hi and wont shift back to AWD the solenoid works, as you can hear it but still wont go back into AWD the light on the dash indicates it has but still in 4X4 hi has anyone had this problem and also does anyone know where to get drawings for transfer case DW44-84
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

mine did that a couple of times. to try and correct it, reverse 15-20 feet then put back in drive. hopefully that works. the manual suggests this and so did the dealership.
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Thanks I will try it
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Try to reverse but didn't come out of 4X4 I will have to try something else
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

We did this when we were stuck in 4-lo tinkering underneath in a parking lot, but I assume it would work for you:

Manual t-case operation

Here's a quick remedy until you can find out and repair the real problem:

On the back of the t-case, start by removing the 4 10mm bolts from the actuator and remove actuator from truck. Chock wheels, start truck, engage parking brake, put truck into neutral.

Then using a vice grip, clamp on the "A" shaped pin and turn CLOCKWISE to go from 4-low to 4-high. COUNTERCLOCKWISE to go from 4-high to 4-low. You'll hear it engage just like it normally would.

Turn off truck.

Now the "A" pin doesn't line up with the actuator so install actuator on pin and rotate actuator into position and bolt back into place.

Restart truck.

Your dash lights should indicate you're in the correct gear now. If not, remove actuator and throw in the back seat.

Probably should get it serviced tho, obviously something is wrong.
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

Thanks for the help I will try to move it manually, the strange thing is on the dash it shows its in AWD and not in 4Hi but you sure can tell its in 4Hi.
I tried to find drawings for the transfer case but so far I cant find them.
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

how far are you from the dealer? Might be better to have them look at it before you tear into it....that is assuming you are still in warranty.
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

I am out of warranty the dealer said the transfer case needs to be rebuilt
does anyone know if the front diffs lock up because it could be that.
The reason I say this is it will shift to 4low and back to 4hi and is sounds like it shifts to AWD but its still hard to turn.
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Default Re: stuck in 4X4 hi

Transfer case is shot, rear output shaft, shifting fork, bearings, planetary gears, what a mess.
$ 2500.00 for rebuilt total trouble shoot and re and re $3250.00 NICE

At least I know what it looks like inside now yee haa
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OUCH !!
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