Question about Oldsmobile Bravada
First of all check the AWD fuse and fuse for dash in the fuse panel.If fuses checked out OK then,
There is a separate control module for AWD system, apart from the main computer (PCM or Power-train Control Module).Either this module is faulty or the transfer case is faulty.
Try the module and/or the sensors mounted on the transfer case. There are 3. One is the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) and when it goes bad, according to Haynes, it can cause drive-train problems. The other two are looking at transfer case output shaft behavior. These sensors are associated with the aforementioned "AWD module", not the PCM.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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