Question about 1997 GMC Suburban
1997 Suburban 4WD lights flashed for approximately 1 month. The yesterday got in it and was in 4WD Lo tried to shift into 2WD Transfer-case Module was Clicking and continued to clicking even when Keys were removed. I replaced the solenoid on Front Differential. The lights do not flash any long but still stuck in 4WD LO.
Most likely needs an encoder motor. That is the fancy term for the motor that switches the t_case through the gears. The flashing lights indicate a code had been stored and you should have gotten it serviced then before further damage. as long as you dont drive it in 4 wheel you should still be ok
Posted on May 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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