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Hello, I need some help on the 2010 lockers. How do the 2010 4x4pro stalk locker, compare to top end lockers vs, low end brands of lockers? Also I would like to know how the locker is engaging. The 2010 4x4pro truck that have been looking at has been in a crash and they had to replace the rear axle. I was wanting to test driving and see if the locker engages properly but I am not to familiar with lockers. I put the truck in park then turned to 4L after I flipped the locker switch and then put it into drive. I turned left and right going about 2 to 4 mph to try to listen for the engagement. The locker didn't seem to engage, and the locker light wouldn't stop flashing. I have read that it should turn off. Also what are some things to look for when buying a a used vehicle like this? It could be anything Major to anything minor just give me some info please. Thank you!!!
 

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IDK I would think it would flash when switched on till it locked then solid but like you said should hear it I know I heard the air locker in my truck at work and since they replaced first Id check to even see if they replaced it with a m226 rear or just just stuck a c200 in it's place as they are readily available an can get one on the cheap compared to 1k+ for a 226 rear there are many threads with pics an explanations of the differences
 

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You shift in to 4lo with the truck at a complete stop and neutral. You need to wait until you hear the click from the transfer case and the indicator on the dash shows 4lo is engaged. Once that is done, you can switch the locker on. HOWEVER.... it is not advised to do this on dry pavement. You run the risk of not being able to unlock the locker on dry pavement. With that said. If you can find dirt, engage 4lo, flip the locker switch and then roll forward. You may need to drive a short distance and or drive in an S pattern to get everything to line up. Once engaged, the lock light will be on. disengaging is the same. you will need to drive a few feet and may need to drive left to right in order to get it to disengage.
 
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