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My 98 trooper doesn't seem to have four wheel drive, the dash light blinks, but it doesn't seem to spin all four in the mud so I can't tell if its working, does this light just blink? Or should it stay lit?

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    whan i put four wheel on the light blink

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I belive that it should stay constentley light. Try to put it into 4 wheel drive. Put it in reverse back up about 10' Put it back in drive and see if it works...Best of luck

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