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My 2005 dodge dakota V8 4x4 will not engage when the engine is at normal operating temperatures. The 4x4 will only come on in the morning when the engine is cold. If I put on the 4x4 and drive it is fine, but when the normal operating temperature is attained, the SVC 4WD light comes on and the 4x4 is disengaged. The transfer case and front control module have been changed by the dealer and the problem still persists. Can it be a vacuum switch, or a sensor (transmission, temp, etc..) not working properly. Has anyone encountered a problem like this before. A trouble code saying ....transfer case voltage low....on the dealer scanner (can't remember the code number) was read.

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SOURCE: 1995 dodge ram 1500 4wd, vacuum line

you sure its not the breather tube for the t-case. about 3/8 hose if it is. the vacuum lines for the 4x4 are small plastic lines. red, blue, yellow, etc. think there are four of them

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

RudolfDiesel
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SOURCE: The heater is blowing cold but the engine temperature reads high

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I would first check to see if both heater hoses are hot to the heater.
if 1 is hot and 1 is cold the heater control valve is closed or the heater core is plugged.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the transfer case control module located

It is located under the driver side dash, on the steering column. See diagram below:
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Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: A 2wd transmission on a 4wd truck?

It should drop right in with a new drive shaft for the 2wd. The frame should have extra holes drilled for the 2wd crossmember location.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: I took a test drive in a 2003 Dodge Durango 4WD

You may want to take it your local repair shop first. Tell them what you told us. It might just be it wasn't used often and needs used.

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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