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Jack Erjavec + 1 other
ISBN: 9781133612315
Textbook Problem

Technician A says that a seized shift linkage may cause the transfer case to operate only in 4WD. Technician B says that a worn and loose linkage may cause a transfer case to operate only in 2WD. Who is correct?

a. Technician A only

b. Technician B only

c. Both A and B

d. Neither A nor B

To determine

The technician with correct approach about seized and loose shift linkage.

Explanation

Given information:

Technician A says that the seized shift linkage may cause the transfer case to operate only in 4WD.

Technician B says that the worn and loose linkage may cause a transfer case to operate only in 2WD.

For a smoother function of transfer case and easy gear changes, the shift linkage should always be checked. If the shift linkage is seized, it may create problem in shifting from 2WD to 4WD and the vehicle will run only 2WD. Thus, if the vehicle is to be run in 4WD mode, the shift linkage should be properly placed inside the transfer linkage...

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