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Jan 2, 2013 - Uploaded by Jabali Black
My car problem started 3 days ago, it started with my Toyota security light blinking red, then a key like symbol on ...
go simple steps fist make sure the fuses and relay r good should be a relay that for somthing else that is the same swap them be for buy one ten insure have power coming out the switch also have ingage and disengage it and listen by the tranfercase insure that it is ingaging you should here it
I thave the same problem with my civic ek 96 model the tranny work fine when its cold but when it get warm and i put it in P or N and D4 again it will stock in 1st gear I have to wait 3 to 4 hours to get cool and it work fine again. Hope somebody can help me. Thanks Eli
I have had maybe 9 Suburbans, over the years. Whenever I put in 4WD (whether Lo or Hi), I drive
normally. THEN, when DISENGAGING, I always drive the vehicle in REVERSE maybe 75 yards
AFTER placing in 2WD mode. Sometimes, still, on my '96 Suburban, --- even though the manual says NOT REQUIRED, it will "stick" in 4WD, UNLESS I take above action. Hope this might help.
we had this same problem, under the car there is a modular,near the transfer case, it just unlugs and plug a new one in.20 min.. it is approx. $80.00 item,$ 350.00 to have it done. we were in yellowstone when we had this problem. hope this helps
Check the actuator (located under the battery plate). Remove the battery, then the plate, and you'll see something that looks like a horn attached to hoses. One side is soft, and may have a hole in it. This will cause the vacuum not to work, hence, your 4WD won't. Good luck!