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My 4x4 shift on 94 s10 is on the floor

Theres a pic behind shift of axle and wheels are supose to lite up when its in 4 wheel dr. Had the board tested and its ok.None of the lites will com on.

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Small cylinoid on top of the transfer case isnt working. it is vacume ran. three line go to in. unscrew and replace or it could be one of the vacume line goint to it check and replace if needed

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