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Old 06-06-2012, 08:33 PM
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T-case issue

Well my t-case fell right of the transmision onto the skid plate. So i towed it to my shop, now due to the transfer case laying on the skid plate i was not able to disconnect both connections off the shift motor. I managed to get the one with 2 wires, but the one with 6 wires i had to cut. So i got it all back together and know im stuck in low range, but no low range light is on. When i rewired it there were 2 brown wires with yellow stripes, is it possible that i mixed them up, i assumed they were probable grounds and did not matter since they were the same color. Or do you guys think that they shift motor just happened to go at the same time??
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:48 PM
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I have got it figured, It was the 2 brown and yellow wires, they were mixed up.
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