Like others have said, when you're in normal,2wheel drive mode, the lower 2 green lights should always be lit up. The bulbs burn out easily since they're always on when the vehicle is running. 4 bayonet style bulbs are used for the cluster indicator lights on the 4 wheel area. They pull out, and then you just line up the new bulb into the socket and slide it home. Does require removal of the cluster, but that's very easy too. If you haven't used the system in 4 wheel mode, then the various switches located on the transferbox can stick or get gummed up. Frequent usage seems to be the best cure, or at least engaging 4 wheel mode for a few minutes once a month helps alot too.
-------------------- '92 SR Montero, Green, with 31" Yokohama Geolandar A/T Plus Tires, Mitsu factory fog light kit, on-board air compressor,Sony Radio and 10 disc changer. 213K and counting.....
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