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4 wheel drive is out

Last snow storm my 4 wheel drive went out, as well as the lights on the switch, we bought a new switch but that did not work, any other ideas?

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  • tcckelley Jan 28, 2009

    Thanks, I'll print this out and have my husband take a look

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There should be a selanoid that locks in the front axels as well as transfer case when you push the button, sense it don't lite up at the switch when you push it ( if fuse is ok) most likely thats wear your problem is. chk. fuse first.

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Maybe another 4x4 transmission or transfer case?

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