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Hello, on this particular model it is usually caused by a faulty transfer case shift motor. If you have a way to test the 4x4 module it will likely give you a code for the motor. Do you use*****a lot?
Yea this shift motor can build corrosion over time. Using the motor helps keeps the contacts clean of corrosion. So if it sits a lot I would suspect the transfer case shift motor is bad.
Correct. When the transfer case motor fails replacing it is all you need to do to repair the vehicle. Some people will try and hit it wil a hammer to see if it will shift into***** When is an old school way to test it.
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