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HELP HERE PLEASE! 24 views and NO ONE KNOWS?

02' F-250 4x4 automatic ESOF

First off my trans-and transfer case was destroyed about a year ago due to the front driveshaft coming apart! I had a used trans and transfer case installed for $2500. But never installed a front driveshaft! I installed a new front driveshaft. When I turn the ESOF switch on there is no lights in the dash! Also what kind of voltage should I be getting at the transfer case shift motor? And how do I check it? I would think one makes it go one way and the other back? Any help help would be great! Relays? Also I had the fuse pannel replaced a while back.

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ok to start off, the transfer case motor is plugged in and the fuses are good?

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yes....new fuse pannel and fuses, on the 02 is there any fuses under the hood?
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The Transfer Case Shift Relay is located on the left hand side of the engine compartment, next to the Power Distribution Box.

^^ thats from my manual


when you switch it from 2wd to 4wd, do you hear the motor kick in?

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there is 2 boxes by the brake booster. One has two of the same relays in it. and the other has one like those 2 and 2 small ones? which box is it?
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the plug that hooks to the transfer case motor- orange and yellow wires. should there be power there? and if so which one? with the ESOF swith on 4hi or 4lo I didnt get any.
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heres a pic of some of the harness. im still looking on the wiring details


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pic still doesnt work. to answer your question eariler, no i dont think theres suppose to be power to the transfer case since it is just engauging the device.

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I'm thinking that the transfer case motor is likely the problem?

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