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This is only an idea-pull column shifter boot-you will notice a ORANGE wrapped wire which runs from the button on the shifter down toward the steering column. This is the Tow/haul wire. The way this is positioned on the steering column will cause the wire to be pinched when ever the steering wheel is adjusted. This pinching can cause a short or cause the tow/haul not to work at all. NOTE: Inside this orange wire wrap are two very fine fiber wires. Be careful and good luck
You either have a bad switch or the wires have lost contact. The tow/haul switch is part of the shift lever and is not replaceable without changing the shift lever. The electrical connector is located inside the steering column covers. These wires have been known to part.
check all your fuses. If your lucky you might find one the is blown and could be related If not fuse related then you need to remove the platic steering column
cover. Under there at the end of the shift lever you will find two
small wires that are for the tow haul button. These wires get brittle
and break over time from shift level movement it seems. You will have
to repair the broken wire and you should be good to go!
Hi, the problem is when you are tilting the steering wheel all the way up it's putting to much tenstion on the wires that come outof your shifter that run to the tow/haul button. i am 99% sure your wires are disconected. rewire them and add some extra wire so next time there will be more slack in your wires.