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  1. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Man, I have to thank you! New solenoids installed. 4wd problem sorted out. Literally plug and play. You saved me a bunch of time and worry. Not sure where you're located, but if you ever pass through Bourbon Country (Kentucky), shoot me a PM. I'll buy you a beer... or a bourbon. Take it easy.
  2. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Parts arrived.
  3. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Thank you for chiming in. I'm hoping that I won't need one. In the event that I do, I might well be in touch.
  4. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Thank you for that perfectly clear explanation. Describes my situation exactly.
  5. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Thanks, man. I'll post up again when I've installed the new bits and pieces.
  6. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Read through the excellent thread you linked. Man, I’m hoping the fix is that simple! I rolled the dice and went to the Bay. Found a complete new oem solenoid set for my 62 (yes, I paid more for it than I wanted to), but when I can find oem I’ll pick it up. My buddy who rebuilt my t-case is...
  7. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Yeah, man. I know the manual has less chit to fawk with. I’ll post up when I know more,
  8. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Dude, thank you. I’ll check out the thread you linked and follow-up later.
  9. Old Nick

    4wd light came on while driving/grinding from transfer case

    Gents, I recently had my transfer case rebuilt (while I had a new Wholesale Automatics A440) installed on my 1988 FJ62. I purchased Marlin Crawler's bearing/gasket kit. It's been running absolutely beautifully. Today, after doing a welding project for my father, I was heading home. Window...
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