Glad to see the Jeep Medic is still at this site. You've helped me a couple times before. I checked the transfer case, both shifters were in the correct position. I engaged them and returned them to their correct position earlier. When I engaged the wheel locks both appeared to be disengaged. They are quarter turn Superwinch wheel locks. I haven't disengaged them from yesterday. I'll disengage them tomorrow and let you know what sounds I get.
FYI: some background on my jeep: I do some DIY, some shop, engine was built by Precision Engine in Houston, 9: 1 compression 204/214 @.050 cam, Thorley tri-Y exhaust headers, 2" dual exhaust w/crossover no Cat, Edelbrock performer intake, Edelbrock Thunder series AVS 650 cfm carb with electric choke. Carb is still factory set and a little rich, true idle speed 800 rpm when warm. New mechanical fuel pump, diaphragm booster fuel pump by the tank (cured the vapor lock), recent fuel filter, new wires, plugs, cap rotor, high flow water pump and high flow thermostat, new belts, hoses, etc. Davis Unified Ignition, power steering, power brakes with dual diaphragm upgrade, four speed rebuilt Tremac 176 transmission, rebuilt Dana 300 w 4:1 low range w/ JB Custom split shifter, New U-joints on rear driveline, AMC 20 rear end with Summers brothers nickel chrome-moly axle & welded tubes 33x10.5-15 s on American Racing wheels. Hayes clutch and flywheel when rebuilt. Has ARB air lockers front and back, 4:11 dif, sway bar disconnects, 2 inch lift, etc . The vacuum advance is connected to the carb the PVC is still intact the rest of the pollution gear is gone, no pollution inspection required & none installed. PS: I'm the original owner.
Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 AT 8:03 PM