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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-13-2005, 08:34 PM
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Question about transfer case shift pattern

I have a 1964 cj-5 I bought to fix up. Could anyone help me as to what the shift pattern is for the transfer case. I am assuming it is a dana 18. It has two shift sticks. Thanks
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Re: Question about transfer case shift pattern

Left stick- high-neutral-low
Right stick 2wd-4wd

I'm going from memory and it's been several years since I've played with an 18...but I think I'm correct.
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Re: Question about transfer case shift pattern

The tall stick is 2wd forward, 4wd aft. The short stick is low/neutral/high front to rear. Has to be in 4WD before you can get into low range.

I think. My first wife made me get rid of the '64 37 years ago. Wrong choice.
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