Jeep Liberty: Transfer Case Position Indicator Lights - Selec-Trac II Transfer Case – If Equipped - Four-Wheel Drive Operation - Starting And Operating - Jeep Liberty Owner's ManualJeep Liberty: Transfer Case Position Indicator Lights

The four-wheel drive indicator lights (4WD, 4 LOW) are located in the instrument cluster. The NEUTRAL indicator light is located on the transfer case switch. If there is no indicator light on or flashing, the transfer case position is two-wheel drive (2WD). If the indicator light is on, the desired position (4WD AUTO, 4WD LOW, or NEUTRAL) has been obtained.

If One Or More Shift Requirements Are Not Met:

• An indicator light will flash.

• The transfer case will not shift.

NOTE: The “SERV 4WD Warning Light” monitors the electric shift four-wheel drive system. If this light remains on after engine start up, or it illuminates during driving, it means that the four-wheel drive system is not functioning properly and that service is required.

    Shift Positions
    The transfer case switch is located on the center console next to the shift lever. Transfer Case Switch 2WD Rear Wheel Drive High Range - This range is for normal street and highway driving o ...

    Shifting Procedures
    NOTE: If any of the requirements to select a new transfer case position have not been met, the transfer case will not shift, the indicator light for the previous position will remain on, and the ...

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