Check your fuse box under the hood or in the cab on the drivers side,there is a fuse for the 4x4 or check the actuator that goes into your front diff the wire plug sometimes gets corroded and stops working.
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You dont say if you have manual 4 wheel drive or electronic on the fly. Anyway, if you have the electronic knob, sometimes ice will get into the 4 wheel drive solenoid and cause it to not move into position. If you can get into a warm garage or underground parking for about an hour, you will see if it thaws and starts to work again.
Where I live there is a Schuck's auto parts...and they have a hand held diagnostic tester that plugs right in to your harness. This will tell you whats is wrong.It only takes about 2 min and they don't charge you.On my car it was the mass air flow censor.If you can't find a Auto parts store that does this...take it to a shop soon. Good Luck
I'm having same problem on my 2000 model rodeo 4wd 3.2L V6. Other day check engine light came on. I checked engine bay nothing abnormal, or power loss. Next day light was gone. 2 days later driving, a sudden loss of power and light came up. After idling for a couple of minutes, drove off with light still on but all power back. 1 hour later of faultless driving loss of power for a minute or so. Engine temp normal. Had break for 1/2 hour and set off for last hour of journey without fault except check engine light still on. Following dayon startup light went out???
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