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Power coming from transfer case to the front pumpkin, nothing coming out of the pumpkin

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  • wln48 Mar 08, 2009

    Had to take time for my husband to check it out and there are 2 wires coming out of it and one is broken, am ordering the piece and going to replace it and see if that is the problem sounds like it should be. Will let you know what happends and thanks for the help

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I had a similar problem. I had to replace the actuator switch located on the right rear of the transfer case.

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