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Old 01-06-2018, 11:54 PM   #1
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Exclamation 87 manual Tcase stuck

hey i'm hoping that someone knows about transfer cases my 87 b2 has manual one and for some reason its stuck in low, now i can move my tc handle from 2hi to 4 hi and 4 low the handle moves but still stays in low is there something in need to adjust or tighten up looked under there had my girl move the handle and i don't see no binding or looseness. can someone give me some insight. i have looked thru my manual searched on the net and i don't see what would need to do
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I think you're gonna have to pull it apart,sounds like shift mechanism inside is busted somehow.

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Try this, straight form the book...

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