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My 03 envoy wont stay in 4×4is this because of a vacuum

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    Are getting a service 4wd message?

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Which of these does your vehicle have
Transfer Case - NVG 126-NP4
Transfer Case - NVG 226-NP8
Do you know what a RPO code is ? Where it's located on the vehicle ? RPO code NP4 or NP8 will tell you which transfer case your's has . Vacuumn has nothing to do with it . controlled electroniclly . Having a professional scan tool hooked up an DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes check is what you should do .

The production/process codes provide the description of the Regular Production Options (RPOs) used on the vehicle. The RPO list is printed on the Service Parts Identification Label. The following is a list of the RPO abbreviations and the description of each:
NP4
Transfer Case Active Single Speed All Wheel Drive (AWD)
NP5
Steering Wheel Leather Wrapped
NP7
Steer Column EEC Approved
NP8
Transfer Case Active All Wheel Drive (AWD) 2 Speed

SERVICE 4WD indicator
The SERVICE 4WD indicator is an integral part of the cluster and cannot be serviced separately. This lamp is used to inform the driver of the vehicle that a transfer case system malfunction. The SERVICE 4WD indicator is controlled by the transfer case shift control module via Class 2.

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ENGINEERING INFORMATION

Bulletin No.: 06-03-09-006B

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