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Old 13th October 2008, 23:19   #46
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Great show ! Very good tyres for off roading. Check out Suzuki_gypsy-india in yahoo groups.

Hope to see you on some forthcoming off roading.

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Dwarak, thanx ! I have just joined the Suzuki_gypsy-india yahoo group.
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Old 29th March 2009, 16:29   #47
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Lightbulb Gypsy transfer-case neutral issue

Quoting from another thread, since I did not want to add OT pics there.


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Unscrew the bolts of the retainer plate of the rubber boot covering the lever and lift up the boot.
Open the cap locking the lever into the transfer case and pull out the lever.
Use a long screwdriver and nudge the shifting pins till you get back into gear. Hope I make sense to you.
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Some pics to illustrate the above points made by gotzuk :

Before opening the t-case cover:

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-before_opening.jpg


After unscrewing the cover :

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-after_unscrewing.jpg


This is the locking cap, that has to be pressed down, and then turned to release the lever. This can be a bit tricky, and one needs a long screw-driver for this.

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-loackingcap.jpg


The 4wd gear-lever removed

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-gearshifterremoved.jpg


2H position:

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-tcaseshifter2h.jpg



4H position

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-4hposition.jpg


4L position:

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-4lposition.jpg


This is the troublesome neutral position:

1995 Maruti Gypsy MG410W-tcaseneutral.jpg

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Default How many 4 WD mode in Gypsy

Hi All,
Thanks to Blue thunder for a detailed pictures of the 4WD drive lever, I have a doubt in this regard. How many modes are there in 4WD and what is 2H which is indicated on the lever. For my understanding 2 4WD modes i.e, 4L- 4 wheel drive in lower gear ratio and 4H - 4 wheel drive in high gear ratio, But iam not sure on 2H - is it 2WD - 2 wheel drive in high gear ratio? I hope some senior and veterans can throw some light on this topic.
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...what is 2H which is indicated on the lever...
This is the standard 2WD mode : only the two rear wheels will be driven by the engine in this mode.
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