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L200 4wd light flashing

The green 4wd light flashes when selecting 4h but seems to extinguish in 4l. It goes off in 2h. Is this a problem?

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Most of the time this problem is caused by the 4 wheel drive switch. Usually you can just replace the switch and that will fix the problem. I have replaced many of those switches and that has fixed the problem.

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SOURCE: 2002 4Runner - 4 wheel drive indicator won't go off

When the transfer case is not engaged for extended periods of time, the motor inside for the 4WD sticks. Try this: Raise the vehicle on a hoist, and do some tapping on the case while switching the 4WD indicator. Sometimes, this will free up the contacts inside the 4WD shift motor.

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Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 4L light flashes in 05 rodeo 4x4 3.0 deisel

water is getting inside the switch boot on the transmission
when it dries , light goes out

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SOURCE: When I move the 2H-4H-4L selector switch on my

Most likely the controller module is bad, or the actuator for the front axle has gone bad.

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SOURCE: 2004 silverado z71 crew cab

two problems with these trucks the push buttons there self and the encoder on the transfer case.

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