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Ok, first noticed this a couple miles after i got the FJ back(from the dealer) after getting the rear main seal, transmission pump, and some more seals replaced. I thought that maybe i just couldn't remember.. until a week after that MudlovingFJ was in my rig and noticed it right away. Then i knew i wasn't crazy anymore.

4-high is no longer where it used to be. It still engages.. and everything works fine. It's just in the wrong spot.










Should i be worried? I've done a good 40+ miles in 4-hi and low since this has been happening. Everything is working fine.
 

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Did you bring it up to the dealer? A detent or spring clip not used?
 

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Dom, looks like you quoted me and I modified my post.
 

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I don't want to see you flipping your tranny the bird like that again young man.:thefinger:
 

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It seems to be afraid of that soda cup. is that from In n Out? that may be the problem.
Nah seriously they prolly left of a clip or broke something and didn't want you to know about it.
 

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It shouldn't be in the wrong spot, unless they bent the linkage when they R & R'd it.

DEWFPO
 

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They had to of done something to the tranny or messed up the linkage somehow.:mofo:
 

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HHHMMMMM.... To me, it almost looks like a mount was left undone (i.e. trans case, transmission or even motor mount). :eek:

If it were me, I would get a floor jack and gently lift up on the transfer case and see if the drive train moves. Whether it did or not, I would suggest you take it back to the dealership and pitch a fit about it.....

-Digger
 
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