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Check the relays. They are in their own box next to the power distribution box under the hood. Verify that you have power going through them when you are moving the switch. This will help determine if the issue is the relays or if the issue is in the cab with a fault with the switch or the GEM module.
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I saw your response on the other. It got closed since it is a duplicate of this to save you from double charging.
If you have power going through the relays, then the issue is between the relay and the transfer case module. If you have no power reaching that shift motor, then you will have to trace that harness and find where the break, rubbed through wire, etc is.
If you look on the diagram I am attaching, you will see that the motor gets it power direct from the relays and the module direct from the fuse. If both of these areas are good, then the issue will be in the wiring to them.
I saw tou gave the rating on the other question, but it was closed since it was a duplicate. If possible, if you still choose to rate, can you rate this one so the other can be finalized? it is to keep you from being double charged on your account.
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