Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
My 2003 Suburban switched to 4 wheel low when I started the car this morning (on it's own). It will not allow me to manually switch it to anything else. Any suggestions? Commuting to work in 4 wheel low is pretty much impossible.
It sounds as if it is a module eprom issue. When the key was turned on the program was scrambled.Try disconnecting the negative and positive battery cables. Once both are disconnected from the battery, touch the two cables together for 1 minute, this will drain the reserve energy in the module. This process will reset the modules to factory default.
Reconnect the battery, positive first then the negative.
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