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Q: I replaced the inner axle shaft and now the 4x4 light is on

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I have replaced my inner front axle shaft and now my 4wd light is in and won't come off. Seems like it may be stuck in 4h but seems to shift into 4 low really rough. I can't get my light to shut off and I don't want to drive it in 4wd

My car has 105000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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