Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada
I have 2K bravada. Make sure you have serviced your transfer case with the "blue" GM Auto-trac II fluid. The "encoder" motor is a common failure item also. Unplugging it at the transfer case should cause the "service smart trac" light on dash to appear. This tells you that probably the encoder controller is good. Only buy the GM/Delphi/AC Delco motor, or you'll be changing it often. Try "thepartsladi" on eBay!
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