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4wd problem

03 Jun 2018 18:46 #193176 by Uklilly95
4wd problem was created by Uklilly95
Hi I have a 1998 jimny and when I put it in 4wd the light is flashing, also it get the two clunks when I put it in 4wd but when I drive it and turn on full lock I get a clunking and also the wheels want to lock up like the brakes are on I know in 4wd drive the wheels like to drag a bit but this is different please help

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03 Jun 2018 21:11 #193180 by Riccy
Replied by Riccy on topic 4wd problem
Broken CV joint by the sounds of it. Possibly Diff but CV more likley.

Pull the front shafts out the axle to see so garage job unless your handy with the spanners.

Jimnys should never be in 4x4 on grippy surfaces, its for slippy stuff only. 4x4 on tarmac results in broken CVs usually.

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