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1. 99% of the time, you have a vacuum leak and must trace your vacuum lines as powercho mentioned.
2. These hubs are not of the greatest quality however it's possible to pull and re-lube them to get more life out of them. Also keep in mind that when it comes to manually locking hubs, they're kind of like a diesel generator. You gotta work it to keep it working. What I mean by this is that go ahead and lock them in every once in a while to keep them 'loose'. Am guessing that the next time you try locking them in manually, it won't be so difficult.
Do a youtube search to learn how to re-lube the hubs. It's really simple.
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