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larryray
Sun Aug 16 2009, 09:18PM

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89 cj 7 my lo-range kicks out, i have to tie it back to keep it locked in, but even at that it does not turn the front wheels, when i lock the wheels. I can see the drive shaft turn, the front ssems to lock in, in high range, any ideas out there

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NC-Fordguy
Sun Aug 16 2009, 09:41PM
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Perhaps some of the jeep guys can chime in here.....

My experience is with early broncos. If you have a dana series t-case I'd check to see if the shifter(s) are adjusted accordingly

Provided you do have a dana series case sounds like worn or broken detent springs on the shift rails

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ord.sgt.26NC
Mon Aug 17 2009, 05:45AM
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no such thing as a 1989 cj-7 Larry.Need to clarify what you have.
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rockcity
Mon Aug 17 2009, 01:04PM

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Bearing pre-load can affect what you are describing. But we really need to know what vehicle you have.

1989 had the YJ (square headlights) and the NP231? transfercase?

If its a CJ7, the newest will be a 1986.

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