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Re: 4runner dashboard light
Pull the knobs off of the switch, start in the lower right hand corner and gently pry with a screwdriver the control faceplate. as it lifts work it to the left and lift. the a/c button goes hrough this plate and will start coming out as the plate lifts, just pull it straight out. perform a similar operation on the clear plastic that is under the face. the bulb is right there and is just pulled right out. you may have to carefully remove the green cover on the bulb to transfer to the new one
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Probably due to the wiring and set up you will need the same system.Check the plug for connection and check the buttons fpr feel on the unit as if they feel worn in the functions youre using its probably right that you think its not right ,see if you can try the same unit from another car to help diagnose the issue
This would be too much to explain and hard to show you over the computer.
The best way and easiest way is to buy a Chilton manual for your Toyota. The book runs about $20 at an autoparts store.
This book is a do-it-yourself bible.
It will give you all the info you need to do maintenance and repair.
Look for damaged wires, or something bent, on the Auto Disconnect Device on the front axle before you do anything else. The 4WD HI light is not coming on because the front diff is not engaging.
Re 4 LO: In 4 LO, you ar NOT getting "4 LO", what you are really getting 2WD LO, because of the output gearing of the transfer case.
In any case, your front diff is not locking in, in either mode. The A.D.D. controls the 4 Hi lite.