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The truck says service 4x4. I press the 4x4 button and it won't change to 4x4. It stays in 2 wheel drive. Could it be a censor? The light sometimes doesn't show color in 2 wheel drive.

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    service 4x4 light stays on continuiosly

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I have seen problems in both the dash switches and encoder motors on the side of the transfer case. You need to have the 4x4 module scanned for codes.

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