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Old 01-23-2008, 05:32 PM
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transfer case code

Ant one know what the fix is for the p1876 tranfer case code?
( 2 wheel drive solonoid circut failure ) ???? Just replace the solonoid ???
02 ex 4x4 auto trans
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Old 01-24-2008, 05:23 PM
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From my buddy RacerX
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code is a circuit failure. That means wiring, connectors, switch, ground or motor/solenoid. You can check your harness, current test at the motor/solenoid. Continuity test for ground.
If there is mechanical damage in the T-case, it may set the codes also. I'd try lifting the wheels and see if it's working W/O any load if circuit tests are good.
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