This is a different case but maybe worth mentioning.
I have a rather difficult drive way and the afdak for the caravan on on the side up against a wall. Drive way is steep and I have a sharp turn to get the caravan in place. A tree and some low walls complicate things. I can if I am lucky reverse the caravan in to position or I have some eye bolts and chain to hook up a snatch block and winch it into place if I don't get it reversed in first go. Anyway last time I managed to reverse the caravan up. Low-range and diff-locked. I as a rule only try that once because of the strain it places on the drive train. Got the caravan in place. Placed it in park and unhitched the caravan. When I went to drive the Patrol out it would not come out of Park. General panick stations and I got even more worried when the shift lock would not release the leaver either. It dawned on me that the transmission was all twisted up and I released everything by getting the transfer-case into neutral. Everything came free and I was off.
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