Question about 2005 Dodge Dakota
You need to pull the senser, and fus and make sure that the connectors are clean. If there is and dirty build up on the contact areas, there will be a power surge or crossfire that will make your 4X4 engage at any moment. aalso, you may think about changing up the internal sensor in the transmission. The internal sensor runs about 150.00-250.00 not including labor. If you are good at doing your own repairs, you wil save the shop labor costs.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Service 4x4 warning light on.
you need to take it to a dealer or reputable independant and have the 4wd system check...the transfer case controller is detecting some fault in the system
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
SOURCE: Dodge 4x4 Doesn't Engage
It's probably the actuator located on the front axle on the passenger side. Also, check all your vacuum lines to make sure there's no broken or leaking lines.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
check behind the right side of the front axle and look for 2 vacuum lines to see if they are still connected. also check on driver side just infront of the transfer case and check the vacuum lines to see if they are still connected. usually the problem is the vacuum lines have become caught on something and disconnected themselves.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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