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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the encoder motor. That's the black plastic box on the driver's side of the transfer case. But just to make sure, the control module for the encoder motor is located behind the passenger side kick plate (inside the vehicle, passenger side, where your feet would be, outside side). Disconnect it for a few seconds and then reconnect it. If the problem still exists, you will have to repair or change your encoder motor. I grabbed one at a scrap yard for less than $100.00.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
coolant temperature sensor is located next to thermostat housing at front of engine in intake manifold you will see it right next to top radiator hose but this one reports to pcm the one for the gauge in dash or light is on the drivers side cylinder head you will see one little wire going to a sensor screwed in head near second plug back on drivers side
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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