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I just bought a 02 Bravada yesterday and on the way home as I went in the snow the back wheels slipped and the front did not kick in, it also lit the service awd light. Was wondering what would be your guess of the problem?

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Bravadas are bad for encoder motors check your atc fuse under the hood first though (automatictransfercase)

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