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This usually means the actuator isn't shifting in. If you look on the transfer case you will see an actuator, have someone hit the button while you have your hand on it, you should feel the solenoid react. If not check the connector for and bent or corridors terminals, if not I would unbolt the actuator and see if it works pulled out. It maybe the connection, actuator or the shift fork inside the transfer case. Good luck
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
small sylinoid on the top of the transfer case needs replaced. easy to do. it has three vacumelines going to it just trun out and replace like a bolt.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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
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