With an old fashioned transfer case sometimes you would have to put it in reverse and give it some gas to get it out of 4 wheel drive. Give it a try it cannot hurt anything.
Changing transfer cases would be rather expensive.
Me too. Computerized everything anymore.
My book lists 4 different transfer cases.
Borg Warner 13-54 mechanical shift.
Borg Warner 13-54 electronic shift.
Borg Warner 44-05 control trac
All wheel drive transfer case.
The control trac unit and the electric shift unit operate in the same manner. The system consist of a push button control, an electronic control module, an electric shift motor with an integral shift position sensor and a speed sensor.
The electric shift motor, mounted externally at the rear of the transfer case, drive a rotary helical cam. The cam moves the 2 WD-4 WD shift fork and the 4 HI-4 LOW reduction shift fork to the selected vehicle drive position.
The 44-05 houses a transfer case clutch. The clutch which is controlled by a Generic Control Module (GEM), allows the vehicle to be driven on dry pavement in 4 wheel drive.
I would think that somehow the system would need to detect wheel spin. Maybe it is linked to the anti-lock brake system and it's wheel sensors. Hope this helps.
Good luck with it and let us know how you make out.
Good luck and let us know how you make out. :)
Sunday, February 19th, 2006 AT 9:55 AM