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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just to be sure, check out the bulbs and sockets.
Make sure the two dots sockets (look into the base) is using two dot bulbs.
Check the single brake switch that activate by the brake.
If you has a meter then please check out the contact points.
Sometime this switch move out of aligment.
Dirt can also be part of the problem.
===== I will apply 12V power to the brake switch socket and make sure the blubs light to rule out wire problem first.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
The rear door lock/actuator assembly has failed and will need to be replaced. I had one in the shop recently and my tech had to remove the inside trim panel and manually open the rear hatch before it could be repaired.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
It appears to me that you didn't plug in the wiring harness into the transmission. If you did, then you probably forgot to unplug it when you pulled the trans. and broke some of the lines. The abs is probably not related.
The trans in your truck shifts electronically, if it isn't plugged in or if the harness is damaged, it will not know when to shift. It is computer controlled.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Fluid Should Be Checked Just The Same As Engine Oil. Should Be Changed At Least Once A Year For Proper Service & Reliability. Should be Driven 10 Miles A Month In 4 Hi To Keep Lubricated. I Drive A 1975 Chevy K10 PKP FullTime 4X4 NP203 & A 1980 GMC Jimmy Lock-Outs 4X4 NP205, And I Drive Them Once A Month At 55 MPH For 10 Miles (On Pavement). Keeps The System Lubed Up & Moving. Have Done This For The Last 15 Years I Have Owned Them. KEEP THEM SERVICED. Low Oil Is A Transfer Case Killer. Also Put The Correct Type Of Fluid In, Each Transfer Case Takes A Different Type Of Fluid, Call Dealer Shop For Correct Fluid Type. Some Take Dextron III Or 10-40 Engine Oil Depends On Transfer Case.
Posted on May 04, 2012
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