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Broco hey i have an 88 bronco 2 it would not go in 4wheel drive and then the relay switch in the top of the dash quit clicking or workin any sugg

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  • grimmity Oct 08, 2008

    Same thing for me only mine is a 90. I pulled the switch out of the dash and had a loose wire. Reconnected it and now the lights light up when I hit the button and i hear the selonoid clicking but 4 wheel doesnt engage.

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Bad vacume module on top of tranny or on the side of transfer case

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