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Electrical headlights, interior lights, and transfer switch quit working. The "service 4x4" warning lights up on the dash as well. After 20 minutes or so everything comes on. This will happen 3 - 4 times a day.

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The only thing i will recomend you now is to have a load test done to the batterie, this will be done with a batterie tester,
because if voltage is not good when first start then accesories might not work proplelly untill batterie charged

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