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yes i have, u can feel the change when u start moving
There is a detection switch for 4 WD on the left side of the transfer case there is a two wire connector going to it. The black wire with a yellow tracer and a white wire with a black tracer. If you disconnect the switch and place a jumper wire across the two female pins does the four-wheel drive light illuminate? It does then the switch is bad. If it does not then it requires extensive diagnostic testing of the automatic disconnecting differential mechanism and switch that is Incorporated into the unit. Typically though when this fails it will not shifting the four-wheel drive.
i am under the vehicle now and not seeing it. tell me where to look
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base on the diagram I am seeing it looks like an engine bay overview. the only two pin connector i am seeing looks like a cam/crank angle sensor.
saw the only 2 pin connector, removed it and tried to clean it up with parts cleaner. as i said it looks like a crank sensor with a metal point protruding.
loop the pin into the female connector and still no light.
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ok. not sure what else to do. any other suggestion..
My sentiments exactly. You have been great help. Whenever u come to the Caribbean u can give me a call. I went underneath the vehicle and looked at the front prop shaft when the 4WD is engaged and i can see it twist and turn when u put the selector lever into either R or D.
When the 4WD drive is disengaged and put the selector lever into R or D, on the rear prop shaft twist.
So with all that being said and done, i am fully convinced that the 4WD is working.
have a great one too.