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Series 4wd and reverse ?? Is this normal


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Hi all

I thought my rear prop was at fault due to a noise when running so today i removed it and thought i would test drive using only front wheel drive to see the the noise had gone.

Good new it had so i need a new reap prop, but the problem is i selected high range 4wd and i had no reverse !!! :blink:

It drove prefectly in 1,2,3,4, put it in reverse clutch up no drive at all !!!

Is this normal do you have to have the rear prop on to reverse ???

Confused :rolleyes:

Many thanks Chris

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Hi all

I thought my rear prop was at fault due to a noise when running so today i removed it and thought i would test drive using only front wheel drive to see the the noise had gone.

Good new it had so i need a new reap prop, but the problem is i selected high range 4wd and i had no reverse !!! :blink:

It drove prefectly in 1,2,3,4, put it in reverse clutch up no drive at all !!!

Is this normal do you have to have the rear prop on to reverse ???

Confused :rolleyes:

Many thanks Chris

No, could you have knocked the transfer into neutral when you selected reverse?

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AFWH will only lock in one direction like a bicycle hub AFAIK. Tray pedalling backwards on a bicycle and it won't do anything....

Done a bit more research, turns out there aren't many of this type left anymore, most AFWH will now unlock and lock in the opposited direction :)

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