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Isuzu Trooper TOD and 4WD Problems

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  • I'm buying my first trooper. It's a '98 with tod. I'm used to driving jeeps and don't understand this

    system. Went to test drive one today and the gauge cluster had all 4 wheels illuminated. What

    does this mean. Also tried to shift from high to low and it felt like it was stuck.... Can someone

    explain to me how this is supposed to work. I keep reading about a button but I didn't see one.

    Also the ABS light was on and in searching thru forums it sounds like these things go hand in hand. Any help from an experienced trooper owner would be awesome or what warning signs I should look for before buying.

    Thanks Mike
  • isu4wdisu4wd Posts: 1
    When attempting to engage automatic 4wd today in wet conditions, I felt the front wheels start to pull especially on the right. A short while ago after reviewing the owner's manual about 4wd, I took the vehicle out & again attempted to actuate auto 4wd. The green lights were flashing and the vehicle did not want to go in 4wd. I was involved in a minor front end collision a few month's back so, perhaps that might have something to do w/ it. The crux, is though, when it's not in 4wd, it drives good. Any suggestion's or thought's on what to do? Thanks
  • AnnaLawson1064AnnaLawson1064 MISSOURIPosts: 2
    I have a 98 Isuzu Trooper that the four-wheel drive light is blinking the four wheel drive works high and low but I'm wondering why the light is blinking
  • AnnaLawson1064AnnaLawson1064 MISSOURIPosts: 2
    I have a 98 Isuzu Trooper that the four-wheel drive light is blinking the four wheel drive works high and low but I'm wondering why the light is blinking
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