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  • MrShift@Edmunds 01/16/13 12:19 pm PST

    I'd start with simple things first---check your front tires to make SURE they are the exac same size and brand. If they aren't, that could cause this.


    There are other possibilities of course--maybe you should also check the shift lever itself for a worn bushing, etc--meaning it might not be engaging fully into 4H.

  • isuzu_1 01/16/14 9:08 am PST

    Drivetrain binding can cause this - when the front wheels want to rotate at a different speed than the rear. Esp if yu have two different brands (of the same sized) tire.

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