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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the four wheel drive uses vacuum hub locks. there is a vacuum solenoid on the passenger firewall in front of the battery box. sounds like you need a updated solenoid and possibly one or both hub locks. what happens is the old style solenoid vent allows water to get in and the hub locks freeze or stop working because of the water. the new style has a cover over the vent to prevent water from getting in.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: 4wd high 4wd low lights flashing
When the 4WD lights flash on and off,
this indicates that there are 4WD-related trouble codes in the 4WD
control module. Sometimes 4WD lights never illuminate.
The first step in diagnosing the system is to establish communication and retrieve trouble codes from the control module. After retrieving the codes, write them down, clear the codes and retest to see which codes are regenerated. False codes can be set if a component is disconnected when the key is turned on.
If the 4WD lights flash on and off, and no codes are found in the 4WD control module, try clearing the codes anyway. After a certain amount of key cycles, the codes will normally clear from the 4WD control module, but the module will not respond to commands until it is re-initialized by clearing the codes or disconnecting the battery to erase its memory.
If your scan tool will not communicate with the 4WD module, first verify that the scan tool has the proper software and the latest updates. If it does, then try another scan tool. If it still has no communication, the power and grounds that are supplied to the module will need to be tested. See if the scan tool will communicate with the other modules on the shared communication network. If they're OK, check the harness from the data link connector (DLC) for an open circuit to the 4WD module.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
SOURCE: My Power Windows don't work!!
it is flashing you the code either six or sixty six any parts person can tell you what this code means it is more than likley a solinoid or relay switch
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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