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2016 Joyner T2 1100cc 4 wheel drive


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I have a 2016 Joyner T2 that is giving me problems engaging in and out of 4 wheel drive.  I have read some older posts that address this issue on some older models, but can't get any of the older pics to open for a good explanation.  

I have not taken anything apart at this point.  Hoping some mechanically savvy Joyner owners can help me out.

Thanks

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