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Try putting the truck in N with the parking brake on then switch to 4 high then to 2wd.

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SOURCE: Stuck in Lo Range 4WD. Suggestions?

Try key in run position(without starting it) and try to shift it into 4wd high with the shift lever in neutral.

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SOURCE: 1997 Suburban Transfer Case 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

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SOURCE: I have a 2003 chevy blazer LS, 2-door 4wd w/

try putting in nuetral and then shift into high gear . if still does not work sounds like the 4x4 acctuator is bad

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SOURCE: My 2003 Ford Explorer is "stuck" in 4wd low

Most lkeley it is the solenoid that controls the link that has siezed. It gets the worst of conditions down there, so will need a clean and service if possible - or replacement.

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SOURCE: 2001 chevy silverado 2500hd duramax 4wd p0700

were is the fusidle four reed code (OBD2)
no électricity four reed code ???

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