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So just "finished" my frame off build. I turned my woods truck into a decent daily. When I took everything apart, I'm pretty sure it was in 4 wheel. Now that I put everything together and driving it, it sounds to me the t-case is engaged (no front shaft yet) the button is not doing anything. I know that it worked before I took it apart.

My question Is, is there anyway to jump the motor on the t-case change from 4 to 2 using a 12 volt power source? I would just like to dis-engage for the moment until I can get my hands on a manual shift t-case.

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You could take the motor off and shift it manually if all you need to to shift it. I'm sure you could jump it but I don't have my schematics with me to tell you which wires to hit. IIRC the motor is held on by 3 bolts. There is a triangle shaped shaft you can rotate manually with some pliers. 5 min to do.
 

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Here is the best pic I have of the shaft.
 

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That thing took a pounding, but it looks like the A & B pillar stayed intact. Also the rocker looks straight
I had to do full quarters, both rockers, both sail panels, fenders, and the pass side door. oh and the rear support rail lol. The entire thing was cut apart. I even had to do body work on the roof.
 
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