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Transmission hi my four wheel lights on dash shifts or blinks sometimes the car wonn t move. it shifts to 2 hi 2 lo or just stay at 2wheel drive whenever it feels like toservice light also on it says service four wheel drive.

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  • greg3734 Jul 30, 2008

    can i disengage four wheel drive

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    service 4 wheel drive on and the light on switch jumps from high to low when I am driving and when it does this my transmission shifts funny. It seems like it want to engage while driving down the road and sometimes it has a low speeds

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I had that problem in my 1998 Blazer. There is a module on the passenger side of the truck, next to where the passenger right foot be. Remove the side kick panel to get to module. Disconnect battery before unpluging and pluging new mudule in. This unit controls the electronic switching between 2 and 4 wheel drive..Wes

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