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Yes, sorry I'm not a mechanic. You're right it's the transfer case. The part the acutates the 4WD.
Ok, here is a picture of the connector location. also included what the wire colors are. if there is more info you need, please let me know.
Transfer Case Encoder Signal Return
Transfer Case Postion Switch Encoder Signal - Channel A
Transfer Case Postion Switch Encoder Signal - Channel C
Transfer Case Postion Switch Encoder Signal - Channel B
Reference Voltage Feed - 8 Volt
Transfer Case Postion Switch Encoder Signal - Channel P
That looks good. Do you also have a picture of the male end of the plug shown with the color of the wires. There is only 3 wires hanging down. The plug is the one shown.
even GMs books are not showing the male end, but the color of the wire location should be the same as the picture i posted earlier.
OK,, I think I almost got it figured out but I am missing something. Basically, I need to know how the 6 pin connector connects to the three wires. Am I missing 3 additional wires or do the 4 encoder signals go through one wire? That's the only way I can make sense of it.
Will the manufacturer have the male end with a schematic?
P.S. when I'm done with this, I have a few other problems I need to iron out on this vehicle. Do you do AC work too?
sorry, I wasn't thinking straight. the 6 way connector plugs into the encoder motor. all 6 wires should be in the connector. are you saying there is three wires missing from the connector?
Looks like might be around #9. hard to tell with that pic. There are other wires coming out of the same area but they are properly connected to a plug
I got Black with a white stripe
Brown with a white stripe
Green with a black stripe
I will try...
Yeah, it can wait...no problem. I think I am far from getting this fix at this point.