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My truck's four wheel drive light is not going off,

The light is staying on but it only in two wheel drive
my truck is not push buttom four wheel drive

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Check the relay inside the main relay box to make sure that it is working and also the fuse. For some reason your computer is telling the car that it is still in 4 when it really isnt. So start simple by check the easier electrical. Then go to your transfer case and make sure that the power going there is ok and nothing needs to be replaced

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