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Part time light on 1989 jeep cherokee on won't turn off

How do I get the light to go off

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  • dkcjohnson Jan 06, 2009

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There is a switch on the transfer case. If the switch is stuck it will keep the light on (providing that the car is coming out of 4wd).

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