Hello, im new to the site. I just bought a 1997 Range Rover with the 4.0 i believe?, It is in great shape, it has 140k miles on it. ITS MY FIRST RANGE ROVER! I bought it cheap because it needed a flywheel. I installed the flywheel it runs and sounds great! The only problem is it seems to be stuck in 4wd low, I was trying to get it into 4wd high but i wasnt sure if i was doing it right. And I read how to engage 4wd low and disengage 4wd low on this forum and I was definatly doing it wrong. okay so this is what happens. I start the truck, it idles around 2000rpms for some reason but when you put it in gear it drops to about 1000rpms, im not sure if this is a seperate issue from the 4wd being stuck in low but thats how it idles and is definatly not supposed to idle like that. Also when you step on the gas in park it will only rev to about 3000rpms then it sputters and the tachometer gets funny and falls then comes back up, almost like its being governed? The truck does have bad gas in it because it has been sitting for awhile, im not sure if its from the bad gas or if its something else. Any ways you start the truck and it says the message "do not go over 35mph or 45mph" what ever it is. (i start the truck in 4wd high side on the H shifter). The whole time the 4wd low side is illuminated in the amber glow, im not sure if its always supposed to be like that or if its only when the 4wd low is engaged. So the truck drives great in 4wd low, however i cant seem to get the 4wd low disengaged. I was just trying all different ways, but i read that in order to disengage the 4wd low you are supposed to slide the shifter from the 4wd low side to the 4wd high side to neutral then wait for it to disengage and then select the gear. I was not doing that at all i was just sliding it from one side to another and selecting different gears, not allowing it to sit in neutral like i had read. Would this cause it to not go into 4wd high and stay in 4wd low? I do have a SES light on and i plan on scanning it and finding the code but i want to get it out of 4wd low first. Please any help would be much appreciated. If someone could just tell me what im doing wrong or if you have any ideas what the solutions are to any of these problems, i would be very greatfull. Thank you and Merry Christmas!