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Q: Stuck in 4 wheel low

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Got it stuck in my back yard switch over to 4 wheel drive now its stuck in there

My car has 2 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: This is not a common problem and your vehic...

This is not a common problem and your vehicle may have a bad control motor that shifts the transfer case in and out of 4WD. You will need to have the system scanned to see if there are codes to diagnose.

I’d recommend getting the vehicle checked out by a qualified technician who can diagnose your 4WD issue and scan your system for any faults. An accurate repair can then be made once the problem is figured out.

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