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2005 Suzuki King Quad 700 - 4x4 vs Diff Lock

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My bike kicks out of 4x4 as soon as it moves? 4 high or 4 low both kick out But diff lock works fine? I wonder if it could be the shift button for 2wheel drive to 4x4? Or is it my differential? Help

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I am having trouble with my 4x4. It won't stay in 4x4 unless the Diff lock lever is on and then,of course, its in Diff lock. The problem is it won't stay in just 4x4. I am wondering if any of you have had the front diff apart on a 700 King Quad? Does 4x4 and diff lock use the same gears? I am trying to figure out my problem here? Could it be the selector button? When you push it in the button pops back and as soon as the quad moves it kicks out of 4x4. But diff lock works fine so that is what troubles me.

Any help would be appreciated.

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I've heard of them stuck in 4WD with teh actuators being the issue...I've never had one a part but did own a 2005 a few years back. There are some similar threads (stuck in 4WD) that might be interesting read:

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/suzuki-atv-forum/6367-kingquad-700-stuck-4wd-diff-locked.html

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/suzuki-atv-forum/12136-suzuki-king-quad-700-doesnt-disengage-4x4.html

*Moved thread to Suzuki forum and added manufacturer to title.

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You should try the easiest thing first by draining your diff oil and replacing it with some type of HD cleaner. Drive it for a couple of miles, shifting in and out of FWD often, then drain and fill it back up with diff oil. If that doesn't work you'll prob. have to tear into your diff ...

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