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1997 blazer, four wheel drive does not engage but push button lights work

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Check the incoder motor on the transfer case, make sure it clicks, maybe its not getting power.

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ok i think you have push button 4 wheel drive , so you might want to raise the car and check the wiring to the engage engine, if im wrong and you have a floor shifter check the linkage .

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