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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 4wd not engaging
These trucks are famous for the transfer case control module failing
and causing problems like you are experiencing. The module is
usually located in the passenger foot well kick panel. You should
be able to find it easy since that is what is making the clicking noise
when you try to go into 4x4. When you find it-unplug the 2 connectors
and looks for green corrosion on the terminals in the plug and also on
the module. They are famous for water intrusion thru the heater system. If you find corrosion, terminals in the connectors will need to
be replaced as well as a new module(they are expensive).
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
Most common problem is the vacuum diaphragm that is so inconviently mounted UNDER the battery tray.The cable that locks in the front diff is attached to it and vacuum pulls it in/out.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Transfer case module causes this, first disconnect battery then wait 1 min reconnect and try 4 high should work till you can get a trained tech to fix.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
check the solenoid on the front chunk these vehicles have had a lot of problems with these solenoids. have personally replaced about 10 of these on 98-02 models.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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