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Old 11-23-2014, 06:14 PM   #1
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4X4 Won't disengage

Hi i am new to the Toyota world i just bought a 95 toyota tacoma ext cab with the v6 and standard transmission my issue and only issue with the truck is when u pull the 4x4 lever it goes into 4x4 everything works great but when i take the lever out of 4x4 and put it into 2wd the truck stays in 4x4 like i said i am new to the toyota world and i appoligize about lenghty thread thanks
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Just keep rolling slowly without turning the steering wheel and it should pop-out of 4WD. Try backing up as well. The key is to relax any stress on the driveline. I presume you are on dirt or snow, and NOT using it on DRY pavement?
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Yes i am on dirt i will give that a try thank you
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Just keep rolling slowly without turning the steering wheel and it should pop-out of 4WD. Try backing up as well. The key is to relax any stress on the driveline. I presume you are on dirt or snow, and NOT using it on DRY pavement?
This, sometimes it takes a few seconds to disengage. You have a fully mechanical transfer case so there's no reason it shouldn't be disengaging unless there is something wrong internally.
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