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My Four Wheel Drive will not engage on my 98 Isuzu Rodeo. The Engage light just blinks and never goes solid. What are some possible solutions?

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Try doing the change while engine off and in neutral, or engine runnin and in neutral. if not try same in Park. worked for me

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