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The lock is stuck in the open position and I am unable to apply the lock

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2009 chevy Silverado code CO321 transfer lock circuit failed


DTC C0321 01: Transfer Case Lock Circuit Short to Battery
DTC C0321 02: Transfer Case Lock Circuit Short to Ground
DTC C0321 04: Transfer Case Lock Circuit Open
DTC C0321 08: Transfer Case Lock Circuit Signal Invalid

The transfer case shift control module controls the transfer case lock solenoid.
The transfer case lock solenoid is released by being energized. This is accomplished by grounding the lock solenoid control circuit during gears shifts, and in the AUTO 4WD mode. Locking action is applied when power or ground are taken away from the lock solenoid, the transfer case motor is prevented from moving. The system is capable of providing a 2HI, 4HI and 4LO lock-up without the need of additional vehicle power to hold the transfer case in these positions.
This DTC detects an open lock solenoid coil, open motor lock control circuit, or an open batter positive voltage circuit, or a short to voltage or ground on the lock solenoid control circuit.


Circuit/System Testing
The battery positive voltage circuit and the lock solenoid control circuit must be tested for opens, shorts to ground, shorts to voltage, and high resistance. This can also result from a electrically faulted solenoid.
With the ignition on check which DTC is set. If DTC C0321 is set with failure type byte 04 then do the following.
? The transfer case lock is unable to hold during a hold test and the transfer case actuator will need to be replaced, and the motor learn procedure performed. If this is not the case continue to the next step.
Disconnect the transfer case actuator, turn on the ignition and with a DMM check the battery positive voltage circuit for battery voltage at the transfer case actuator.
? If battery voltage is not seen then repair the battery positive voltage circuit for an open or high resistance. If the circuit checks out proceed to the next step.
Disconnect the transfer case control module connector X2 and check the circuit for an open, high resistance, short to ground, or short to voltage. If condition is found repair the circuit or inline connector 109 as necessary, if the condition is not found refer to component testing.

May 18, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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2001 range rover Stuck in park Unable to shift


brake must be applied before you can move gear shift. if the brake light switch is ajar then the signal is missing to the shift lock solenoid. check for these things. ignition should be on apply the brake a listen for the shift lock solenoid to unlock the shifter

Apr 15, 2015 | 2001 Land Rover Range Rover

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How do I get my key out of the trunk lock - it is stuck in the lock. Help please?


Squirt some de-icer, or other appropriate lubricant into the key hole. Place a pair of vice grips firmly on the key. Ensure that the key is in the right position for normal removal. apply a straight and steady pulling motion in extracting the key. If the key is not cooperating, then apply a slight wiggling affect to coax the tumblers into line.

Mar 03, 2015 | 2006 Pontiac G6

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Hood will not shut


If you mean the hood will not lock down in a closed position the following applies.
It can be due to a stuck hood release cable or latch pivot that is out of sequence. With the cable problem, the cable remains pulled back in an OPEN position and the latch pivot will remain in an unlock position under the hood. For the latch pivot, the pivot has a V notch and is suppose to lay in an open position in order for the hood striker to trip it into a locked position. You may not be lined up, basically the pivot is flipped into a closed position and the striker hits its' top instead of its' V slot.

Rust or a broken pivot return spring can be the causes for this defect.

If you mean the hood will not move down from an open position, then that is a different problem. The small lift cylinders on each side of the hood may be jammed. Or the hood hinge could be defective. Be careful, some hoods are made of aluminum and bend easily if forced.

Nov 06, 2013 | 2009 Mercury Mountaineer

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2006 Ford F250 Sun Roof will not lower & close, off track- how to repair?


The gears in the motor are slipping, Motor will have to be (Replaced)

Nov 06, 2012 | 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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2004 Dodge Grand Caravan rear door will not latch!


If, when closing the rear hatch, it hits "hard" just before it reaches the closed position; it is very likely that the latch mechanism in the hatch is "stuck" in the latched or closed position already. This is a fairly common occurrence and takes less than a few minutes to fix. Literally.

In order to allow the latch to close around the mating piece on the car body, it will need to be opened first. To open a closed latch mechanism, you will need to simulate opening the hatch from its normal closed position. With the hatch open, look at the latch mechanism. It will align with the bar on the opening of the car. Adjust the hatch / your view to see how the mechanism would be wrapped around the bar on the body - keeping the hatch securely shut. Once you see an opening in the mechanism described above, slip the shaft of a sturdy screwdriver into the opening. Apply a pulling pressure outward - away from the latch on the screwdriver with one hand, and with the other hand (or with the help of an assistant), operate the handle / lock of the hatch the way you did when the hatch was closed. Immediately upon operating the handle / lock, the latch mechanism will unlock, and the pulling pressure of the screwdriver simulates the hatch being pulled away from the bar on the car - and seemingly magically - open allowing the screwdriver to be pulled out.

Next, you'll need to determine and correct the cause of the latch being in the wrong position. It could be something as simple as someone pushing the mechanism shut when the hatch was open; or it may be caused by a poorly lubricated mechanism that is not snapping into a fully open position. When this happens, it is likely the the closing motion of the hatch actually snaps the mechanism shut when it is stuck on the leading edge of the latch - instead of in the "throat" of the latch (where the screwdriver was). A liberal amount of a dry lubricant such as silicone or graphite applied to the mechanism and "worked in" through repeated opening and closing motions of the hatch would be a good start. Resist the temptation of using a wet lubricant like oil, grease, WD-40, etc. as these attract dirt and dust - which can interfere with a nice, fluid movement of the these latching parts. If there is already a lot of dirt, dust or rust, build up on the latch mechanism, it should be cleaned as good as possible before applying lubricant. Use an electrical contact type cleaner as these clean, degrease, dry quickly and leave no residue.

If you are unable to to get the latch to work - have your mechanic or auto servicer look at it. They should be able to quickly diagnose and free the latch. Most will not even bother to charge you to do this - if this is the cause of the problem.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Jul 17, 2012 | 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan

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The oven is stuck in the locked position with the door open. The door is unable to close. How do I reset the computer?


I found the owner's manual online and tried all of the solutions. One worked. I by-passed the electronics holind in the sensor button on the door, turned on the self-cleaning button and ten seconds later, turned it off. I waited tem more seconds and the latch automatically re-set itself to the desired un-locked position.

Jan 29, 2010 | GE Kitchen Ranges

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Key stuck in the ignition. Position indicator


Hi there,
try turning the wheel to the right/left while turning the key in the ignition. You have to apply some force. Your car is probably outliving its road life.

Cheers & Best Wishes

Oct 19, 2009 | 1994 Chrysler LHS

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My 98 camry door lock is stuck in the locked position


front door? try unlocking it with the key from th eoutside, may be linkage or the door lock acuator bad.

Sep 21, 2009 | 1995 Toyota Camry

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The door is open and the door lock is stuck in locked position


With the power off, push a screw driver or similar in the aperture of the door lock, and push it from side to side, this should release the door lock, if it does not, then you will need a new door lock fitting.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Jan 25, 2009 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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