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Old 01-30-2012, 06:47 PM
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my 4x4 quit, light dosent come, and aint working

took my truck to go get a bite to eat the four wheel drive quit, got that like turn switch on the dash. worked fine the day before, what goes out first that switch inside of the piece on the tranfser case. i havent been doing anything odd with the truck at all, no off roading, no driving thru deep snow, just quit, light aint coming on in 4 high or 4 low. little help please???
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Old 01-30-2012, 06:51 PM
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Well first check fuses and relays. From there check to see if you have voltage at the transfercase switch motor at the transfercase. If you have power there then you may have a bad motor or a short from the switch to the motor.
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just do it the ol' fashion way, get out and lock those hubs!
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Old 01-31-2012, 01:02 PM
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i got the hubs locked

alright, been to busy and cold in alaska, I'll start checking that stuff out as soon as I can. thats, do you know where the relay is??? fuse i should be able to find, I guess I should buy a book too. thanks
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just do it the ol' fashion way, get out and lock those hubs!
still doesnt help if the actuator in the transfer case isnt locking the front driveshaft.

Id start with toss it in 4wd. does it work with hubs locked or unlocked?

Are all fuses ok?

Can you hear the actuator when you select 4wd?


the basics first.
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well been awhile, but replaced the front hubs. Lost one driving down the road so put a set of Warn manual locking hubs. was under the truck and pulled the two-wire plug off the T-case and oil was dripping from this. Sounds like I need and motor and a seal? anybody done this seal? what is it a simple O-ring?
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