"kylo67" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm driving along and all of a sudden there is a rubbing/grinding sound
> coming from the front wheels. I figure it has something to do with the 4
> wheel drive, so I pushed the 4x4 button and it locks in, stopping the
> annoying sound. When I pressed the 4x4 button again, the 4 wheel drive
> does not disengage. I stopped on a side road, put in reverse for about
> 50ft, put it back into drive and it seemed to disengage it. Any help on
> this issue would be greatly appriciated. Thanks
So, you are saying the little 4X4 light didn't go out? I had a bad grinding
sound on my '92 when the autohubs failed but it only occured while in 4WD.
It went away when I put manual hubs on there.
It sounds to me like you have at least two of the common problems on this
model: bad autohubs and a stuck servo motor. Another possible common
problem is warped front disc rotors. The front wheels need to be torqued
evenly to about (off the top of my head) 100 ft/lbs.
This site has some good info on at least some of these problems:
It seems odd to me that your 4WD would disengage by backing up if the 4X4
light didn't go off.