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Jimny popped itself into 4WD

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25 Aug 2019 04:09 #212634 by BTO
Greetings. My Jimny is 11.5 years old and never had any issues with it. Just had an odd experience whereby it put itself into 4WD. I turned hard left into a shop driveway and heard a bang. When I left the shop and started to reverse, another loud bang and at that point noticed it had popped itself into low 4. I definitely did not push any of the buttons and had driven all the way to the shops in 2WD. I haven't even had it in 4WD for a few months. Anyone else have this happen?
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25 Aug 2019 09:03 #212643 by Lambert
Welcome to the forum. Random stuff like that is usually electrical. Start with the plug at the back of the transfer box, check for broken or damaged wires and that the actual terminals are clean and free of corrosion.

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