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Old 05-03-2009, 07:58 AM
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2003 4x4 fuse location help

my 4x4 doesn't work all of a sudden. hubs lock, and 4x4 light on dash comes on, but no power to front wheels. so i think it might be a fuse for the actuator for the transfer case, because i have shift on the fly 4x4. i wish i had a manual to look in but i don't, but i bet someone a lot more savvy than me knows where it is.

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travis
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:55 AM
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anyone have a manual they could peek at real quick, or does anyone know if there are manuals online?

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I have an o6 I can look if u think it's the same ?? ps I bought my Manual on ebay
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under your dash, fuse number 111 its a 30amp. 4wd shift on fly
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that is dif than an 06 mines # 3 under hood and it also refers to a separate shift on the fly relay box that says for trouble shooting see your dealer for a diagram lol

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thank you very much for the replies. i'm going clam diggin in a few hours and i might need 4wd on the rutted up approach. i'll let you know how it goes.

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