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THE TRANSFER CASE MOTOR IS ONLY FOR 4WD LOW. That would have never been the problem as soon as you confirmed it shifted into 4wd Low. 2wd and 4 Hi work off of vacuum. You may have one or two issues. A vacuum leak up by the front axle that engages the 4wd HI or the sensors on the transfer case.
If its a 4WD there is either a push button on the dash left side of steering colomn, its marked 4hi. If manual shifter in on floor center console. Pull back on lever to second notch marker 4hi. If you are in 4lo now and can't get out. first put tranny shifter in neutral while engine running, then shift transfer case into neutral (manual push forward), push button hold 4hi and 4lo at the same time til "N" green light comes on. Then shift either into 4hi.
Does your s10 have electronic shift or manual shift? Most i have seen are electronic shift try checking the shift motor on the transfer case, they have a tendency to corrode and split open the case. hope this will you
Try commanding the drive ranges while in netural cycling them. This may normalize the controller that senses the position from the encoder motor assembly. There maybe a procedure for that in a service manual.
If they are blinking I believe it means that there are fault codes present in the pcm. You need to get the computer scaned to see if there are an codes present. If you live near an Autozone or Checker autoparts they can scan it for free.
sounds like it's the motor is going bad or has a bad connection, try cleaning the connector if there isn't any gunk in the connector, check the manual see if there is a ohmn test you can run on the motor, if not i'd replace the motor.
hi how are you doing? just had same problem with by gmc i replaced the transfurcase motor and it works fine. the electric motor moves the shifter in your transfurcase from 4hi to 4lo and 2hi.there is only 3 things that operate your 4x4 the switch the motor and the control modgual.