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Location: Moses Lake, WA
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You might try puttting it in neutral and holding your foot on the brake when you go from 4-hi to 4-lo and 4-lo to 4-hi. Not saying you not doing it. But it is a very common mistake that people don't this. Try it. Yes it could also be a the shift motor on the transfer case. But you should not have to shift from forward to reverse to get it in. If you read your owners manual it will tell you to have it in neutral and your foot on the brake.
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