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In allot of cases this is either the transfer case low range shift actuator at fault or the transfer case shift computer located under the center console at fault.I have had to replace both for this fault here before.
Try this,start the engine and shift to neutral then try shifting in and out of low range with the low range button a few times and see if this resolves the fault.In some cases all it takes is cycling this button a few times to reset the system.
If this does not work then you will need to have the transfer case fault codes read out/checked with a scan tool that will plug into your model and reads your transfer case computer.Once this is done at least one code will be set that will help diagnose and locate the fault here.In most of the cases I have seen I have had to replace the transfer case shift motor on the transfer case itself for this issue.
If this only occurred after swapping fuses around you may just need to have the fault codes cleared out with a scan tool compatible with your model to reset the system.
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