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Will not shift into 4 wheel with lever in 4 hi or 4 lo. the indicator light will not com on. we changed out transmisson and all connections were made properly . we do have a ABS indication light on for that hope you can help ed

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Try looking on passenger side of front differential gears for a cylinoid , one large nut holds it in and should have a electrical plug. if this is bad your 4x4 will not engage . the bad news is it cost about 130.00 bucks but is easy to replace

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