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i tried the link,,it is working here.
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i really need you to open..i have allot of info inthere that will help you
can you try another computer mybe?
the brown is your power,,but it has different posisisions.as well
i need you to open if anyway possible
the transfer case control module
risk burning up the control module
i have all the testing you need in the link
ope it with maybe firefox
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The Electric Shift Control Module is located at the lower Left Hand rear corner of cab.
did you replace the module?
from the way you explain,,i think it is the module,,not the motor
let me know how it gos
no,,if you get it for your truck
it should work if it has the same set up and numbers
DESCRIPTION The electronic shift control module is powered at all times through the ELEC. SHIFT Fuse in the engine compartment fuse/relay box, to retain its memory capability. Fuse 7, in the fuse panel, provides power for the switches and the electric shift motor. OPERATION When either of the two control switches is depressed, the electronic shift control module analyses information from the transfer case shift position sensor to verify its current position. It also analyzes input information from the speed sensor and the clutch pedal position switch (or park/neutral position switch, depending upon transmission application). If all the design conditions of the system are met, the electric shift control module commands the shift motor to execute the desired function. After the shift takes place and the motor is turned off, the electric shift control module again looks at the inputs from the shift position sensor to determine if the transfer case is in the position that the operator selected. Finally, the electric shift control module illuminates the push-buttons in the electric shift control switch to indicate that the desired function has been completed.