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Old 12-12-2010, 08:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys my 2009 rancher at started making a clicking noise in four wheel drive just sounds like it wants to go in and out of four wheel drive can u help me before i spend some serious money!!!
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Is it steal under warranty?
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no ive been paying on it two years now i think warranty is like 6 months
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Have you tried adjusting the cable that takes it in and out of 4wd?
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Have you tried adjusting the cable that takes it in and out of 4wd?
thanks helmut .......you saved me. i havent had to adjust anything since it was new....but that was it ..there was a a lot of slack i adjusted it back and thats all it took . im serious it wasnt just clicking it almost like a bang going in and out of four wheel drive....
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Have you tried adjusting the cable that takes it in and out of 4wd?
thanks helmut .......you saved me. i havent had to adjust anything since it was new....but that was it ..there was a a lot of slack i adjusted it back and thats all it took . im serious it wasnt just clicking it almost like a bang going in and out of four wheel drive....
You're welcome, glad you got it fixed.
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