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I'm not sure if you are hiding my post, or if they're not getting through to you. When I returned my answer to you it does not come back up for me to see/read.
Yes, I got your question and I answered it. That's what I'm talking about when I reply to you it does not post backup for me to see it, so I don't know if you're getting it or not.
Anyway it is an automatic pushbutton 4 x 4 selector, with automatic transmission.
no, I know where the transfer case is and the electric motor is!
this is an electric controled vacuum solenoid that controls the vacuum actuator that locks the front differential in and out of four-wheel-drive.
I am assuming it's located under the hood somewhere… Don't know, or I wouldn't be asking in looking now. It has a vacuum line coming into it and going out of it and electrical connector with two wires.
it is operated by a cable, the cable is connected to the vacuum motor underneath the battery tray. The actuator solenoid valve is what controls the vacuum that goes to the vacuum motor underneath the battery tray. You are looking at the right vehicle we just haven't got to the solenoid valve yet.
The Vin number is: 1GCDT13W92K124046
I'm not an idiot… The vacuum line goes from the vacuum motor down to a three way valve that's located on top of the transfer case I know all of that is I don't need to know about any of that, the solenoid I'm sure is under the hood someplace but I can't trace the vacuum line back to it. no, I cannot otherwise I would have already done that, I know what the solenoid valve looks like I'm holding it in my hand. if you don't show it and don't have a diagram on it please release the question so I can let somebody else answer it.