Question about 2000 GMC Sierra
A code reader won't "see" transfer case codes. If the lights were flashing you have or had a code. The code will be stored as a history code. The only codes a code reader will see are OBD Generic "P" codes.
So get vehicle scanned for codes. It may have a code which can help pinpoint the problem. It may be a sensor or the switch itself. Have you ever serviced your transfer case? If not it's a good idea to do it every 30K . Keeping the fluid clean prevents fine metal particles from settling into sensors.
to get error codes, At diagnosis center you
will receive the error code.As per the error code it will detect the exact
faulty part in the car due to which the problem is occurring.For more help :---
at www.autozone.com its absolutely free to get car scanned.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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