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98 taheo transfer case shifting problem

Will not shift into 2 hi, when pushing the buttons tranfer case defaults to 4 low, and will not shift out. the only i can get it out of 4 low is to disconnect the battery....i do have a bad anti lock brake sensor in the rt front? have replace the shift motor and the module under the dash....help

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  • purple_hazze Mar 10, 2009

    i have a snap-on scaner and there are on codes present

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I would take the truck to your local Auto Zone or Advanced Auto Parts store and get a code scan. It will help narrow down the issue.
Let me know what the codes are and we can go from there.
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