Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Thank you for helping to narrow down the solution, but could you please be a little more specific? First, where is the switch located, and two, how do I know which one it is (or is there only one)? I am not a professional mechanic, but out of necessity, I am learning how to fix some of my problems myself. Is this one that might be considered over my head?
Thanks in advance... Bob
This is actually a very easy fix.
The switch is on the transfer case, you'll see wires or small harness going to it.
It should be the only electrical switch on the transfer case.
It unscrews by using a socket or wrench.
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