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WHERE IS THE TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE ON 2004 GMC SIERRA

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SOURCE: where is the transfer case control module located

It is located under the driver side dash, on the steering column. See diagram below:
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I have given you the wiring for the control module itself. Not sure if you need everything in that area or what. If you need anything else, feel free to email me csautomotivecars@att.net with what you need but please be detailed so I'm sure I send the correct stuff. I hope this is what you need and I hope it helps. Good luck.


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2007 gmc 1500 4wd not working. service light on and lights on switches are off. truck in 4 low


Sounds as if the transfer case control module has gone bad and grounded the circuit to the 4 low actuator. The module is located behind the headlight switch in the dash. You could try tapping the actuator on the transfer case lightly with a hammer to see if it releases.

Feb 23, 2015 | 2007 GMC Sierra 1500

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2005 gmc sierra 4wd warning light on and will not shift into 4wd


been here /transfer case control module/ electric -shift /actually easy fix /under left sideof instrument panel.behind headlight switch.if thats not it/electric shift motor and encoder assembly /sounds confusing but its easy fix to .get u a repair manual youll see.good luck.

Jan 08, 2013 | 2005 GMC Sierra

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Where is the transfer case control module on 98 gmc sierra


It is located under the passenger side kick panel. Remove the plastic kick panel cover to reveal the TCCM.

Nov 02, 2012 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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How to reset my 4wd light? I just installed my new 4wd buttons on my 2005 gmc sierra z71, and my 4wd light still comes on what should I do?


There is no such thing as a reset, if the light stays on a fault exists in the 4X4 control system, the control module has sensed that and turned the light on to alert you to the problem. It is likely that the power transfer case actuator motor is the problem or the wiring to it.

Dec 13, 2011 | 2005 GMC Sierra 1500 Hybrid

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2002 envoy code co550


you need to replace the tccm and get it programmed.


2-04-21-006E: Inoperative 4WD/AWD Lamps, Inoperative 4WD/AWD System, DTC C0550 Set No Communication with TCCM (Reprogram Transfer Case Control Module) - (Jul 20, 2006)
999999995.gif Subject: Inoperative 4WD/AWD Lamps, Inoperative 4WD/AWD System, DTC C0550 Set, No Communication with TCCM (Reprogram Transfer Case Control Module) Models: 2004 Buick Rainier 2002-2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT 2003-2004 Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe 2002-2004 GMC Envoy, Envoy XL 2003-2004 GMC Sierra, Yukon, Yukon XL 2004 GMC Envoy XUV 2002-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada with Electronic Shift or Active Transfer Case (RPOs NP1, NP4 or NP8)

This bulletin is being revised to add Subject information and change the labor operation. This bulletin cancels and supersedes Bulletin Number 03-04-21-006. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Numbers 02-04-21-006D and 03-04-21-006 (Section 04 -- Driveline/Axle).
ConditionSome customers may comment that the 4WD/AWD indicator lights on the selector switch do not work, or the 4WD/AWD system may be inoperative and/or the service 4WD light is illuminated. The condition is typically intermittent and always occurs at key-up. Upon investigation, the technician may find DTC C0550 set.
CauseThe Transfer Case Control Module (TCCM) has not received the wake-up call during key-up and has remained in the "sleep mode".
When the TCCM is in the "sleep mode", it will not communicate with the class II bus or the Tech 2®.
Correction
  1. Try to communicate with the TCCM. If no communication, go to step 2. If communication is possible, go to step 5.
  2. Remove the underhood (ATCM or TREC) TCCM fuse.
  3. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Reinstall the fuse. The module should "wake up" and communicate with the Tech 2®.
  5. Check for codes in the TCCM. If a C0550 is found current or in history with or without other codes, replace the module and go to step 6.
  6. Reprogram the TCCM with the latest TIS software using normal SPS procedures.
  7. Verify operation and that no codes are present.
Important: For the 2002 model year, the TCCM must be replaced and reprogrammed.
Warranty Information

Jul 29, 2011 | 2002 GMC Envoy

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2000 jimmy cant turn 4 wheel drive on pushed thev button n light keeps on flashing n 4 wheel drive


The simple answer is to replace the TCCM (transfer case control module).
Being both cheap and inquisitive, I wanted to investigate further, and I will provide a more in-depth answer.

This answer pertains to various GM vehicles. These include the Chevy Blazer, GMC Jimmy, S10, S15, Sonoma vehicles from 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005.
Specifically the 15748800 module for the NP8 option 4 button automatic 4X4 NVG-236/246 transfer case.

I doing research online, I find that 15154323 might be an alternate TCCM, and that GM redesigned the module and now sells the replacement for this module with a 12577412 part number for about $300.

This information refers to the 15748800 module.
2000-jimmy-turn-4-bqqpoqfgk1hfvr1c2liydaq2-3-0.jpg Symptoms. If the vehicle is started and driven in 2 hi, the vehicle operates normally.
If the driver attempts to switch the transfer case into any other mode, the transfer case makes noise as it shifts, the service 4x4 light comes on and the newly selected mode indicator light starts to flash.

2000-jimmy-turn-4-bqqpoqfgk1hfvr1c2liydaq2-3-2.jpg The TCCM is mounted behind the passenger side kick panel cover. It should be removed but left connected. Pin F4 should be monitored with either a lamp or meter. This pin should be high or 12 volts when in 2 wheel drive, and low or ground when in 4 wheel drive.
A quick test of the system is to ground the F4 pin, recycle the ignition, and try shifting the transfer case into and out of 4 wheel drive. ( I used a lamp based test light to be safe. Do not an LED based one.) If the mode indicator light remains steady and the Service 4X4 does not light, proceed with this repair procedure. If this does not resolve the issue, please proceed to troubleshoot the front vacuum system, 4X4 solenoid, 4X4 actuator, front axle, or front axle indicator switch.

If this test appears to resolve the issue, you will need to remove the TCCM module from the vehicle. Bend the 8 tabs away from the back cover. Remove the top cover, unscrew the board from the back cover / plate. turn over the board at a static safe work station, and measure the indicated 10,000 ohm SMD resistor. In this module, the resistor is required to operate near it's limits, and I believe that the conformal coating trapped heat and caused the resistor to fail. You can check other resistors nearby for a relative comparison. If found to be open, the resistor can be replaced with a higher power value 10,000 ohm SMD resistor, or a conventional 10,000 ohm resistor with wired leads.

The TCCM should be checked for corrosion on the connectors and cleaned if nessacary. The module can then be restored to the vehicle, and your 4X4 should work normally.

Please respond if this procedure helps you.

2000-jimmy-turn-4-bqqpoqfgk1hfvr1c2liydaq2-3-5.png Front view / pin side
f16f1 Connector Part Information1205210716 Way F Micro-Pack 100 Series (ORN) Pin Wire Color Circuit No. Function
E1 Tan 1569 Transfer Case Lock Soleniod Output
E2 - - Not Used
E3 PNK 1561 AWD/4WD Indicator Lamp Output
E4 Lt GRN/BLK 1563 2 HI Indicator Lamp Output
E5 BRN/WHT 1555 Transfer Case Position Switch Encoder Signal
E6 RED/WHT 1556 Transfer Case Position Switch Encoder Signal
E7 YEL/BLK 1558 Transfer Case Position Switch Encoder Signal
E8 DK BLU/WHT 1557 Transfer Case Position Switch Encoder Signal
E9 DK GRN/WHT 1133 Class 2 Serial Data Signal
E10 BRN 241 Fuse Output - Ignition 3 - Type III Fuse
E11 PPL 806 Fuse Output - Crank - Type III Fuse
E12 YEL 400 Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal
E13 PPL 401 Vehicle Speed Sensor Return
E14 BLK/WHT 1695 Four Wheel Drive Front Wheel Lock Telltale
E15 - - Not Used
E16 BLK/WHT 451 Engine Control Module Ground
F1 PPL/WHT 1565 4 LO Indicator Lamp Output
F2 TAN/BLK 1566 4 HI Indicator Lamp Output
F3 BRN 1560 Neutral Indicator Lamp Output
F4 GRA/BLK 1570 Front Axle Actuator Output
F5 LT BLU 2221 Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal
F6 DK GRN 2222 Vehicle Speed Sensor Return
F7 GRA/BLK 1694 Four Wheel Drive Switch Signal - Low
F8 - F11 - - Not Used
F12 BLK/WHT 1554 Transfer Case Encoder Signal Return
F13 LT GRN/BLK 431 Reference Voltage Feed - 8 Volt Reference
F14 LT GRN/BLK 431 Reference Voltage Feed - 8 Volt Reference
F15 - - Not Used
F16 LT BLU 1693 Four Wheel Drive Switch Signal
2000-jimmy-turn-4-bqqpoqfgk1hfvr1c2liydaq2-3-9.png Front view / pin side

Connector Part Information120528564 Way F Metri-Pack 280 Series (BLK) Pin Wire Color Circuit No. Function
A BLK 1552 Transfer Case Motor Feed - Clockwise
B RED 1553 Transfer Case Motor Feed - Counterclockwise
C BLK 1050 Ground
D ORG 1640 Fuse Output - Battery - Type III Fuse
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Jan 28, 2011 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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I have a 1998 gmc sierra 4x4 extended cab. i just replaced the rear end in it. on the way home i lost drive and o/d and now the push button transfer case doesn't want to work.


Hi, the transfer case has an encoder motor , that shifts it. When a problem occurs, it can go haywire, and make it so it will not shift. Sometimes if you disconnect the battery for a minute,and reattach, the transfer case control module can reset, and allow function. the typical issues are the switch, the module, and the encoder motor. This could be a costly situation, if you replace parts hoping for the best, iit should be diagnosed at a shop with a scanner, I think in the long run, this may save you money, knowing where to go. Try the battery thing first, because sometimes it can be a fluke, and this can fix it. Thanks..coop442000

Sep 25, 2010 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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Location of transfer case control module


Under the drivers side dash......it is facing towards the driver so the connectors can be reached. The module just pops out.

Jan 11, 2010 | 2003 GMC Sierra

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I have a 2005 GMC Sierra. After driving for a couple of miles the 'service 4wd' warning will display and not go away. The 4wd is fine. Do I need to reset a chip?


BY YOU HAVING AUTOMATIC 4 WHEEL DRIVE.YOU HAVE A SHIFT CONTROL MODULE IN TRANSFER CASE.IT CONTROLS YOUR 4 WHEEL DRIVE SYSTEM BY RECEIVING INFORMATION FROM SPEED SENSOR ON TRANSFER CASE OUT PUT SHAFT.TAKE IT TO DEALERSHIP.THEY WILL HAVE TO FIX IT.

Jul 20, 2009 | 2005 GMC Sierra

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