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Look under the vehicle for any loose wires that may have ripped loose when getting out of your original predicament.. mostly near the bottom of the transmission/transfer case..
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P0300 is a random engine misfire code. P 1781 is a transmission code, but it refers to a malfunctioning engine speed signal (crankshaft angle sensor). A bad crankshaft angle sensor or camshaft angle sensor can cause the P0300 code. A large list of items can cause a P0300 code, but since you have both, I'd be checking the crankshaft angle sensor and the related circuit. Sometimes, the mounting screws loosen up, which can cause the sensor to not function properly, all the time. Get this fixed, because over a period of 4 to 6 months, this can destroy the catalytic converter in the exhaust system ($$$$)
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Pull the kick panel on the passenger side. there is a small box mounted there that is the computer that controls the actuator for the 4wd system. this is notorious for problems due in fact that the connector likes to pull out and away from the module. I had the same problem and the solution is simple.. take a long zip tie and get it between a few of the wires and around the module. tie it in and have a nice day.. it wont come off or try to pop out anymore and you should have no issues getting into 2wd, 4wd h, 4wd L.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
modulator stuck or damaged located at transfer case take a rubber mallet and hit around where modulator and case connect than try to shift again if nothing than un bolt and lube and move actuator rod, with out try to move electronically w/switch back to 2 wheel drive -if moves should work can replace but look for replacement as back up if happens again just change over
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
the tcm may be faulty or has a loose ground, try swaping in another if you can get one borrowed or a cheap used one from a salvage unit
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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