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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is very poss the transmission case connector is making a poor connection, remove the connector from outside the trans and see if it has any corrosion or loose pins, if problem persists replace the trans solenoid shift pack.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Hi, this is caused by a few things. It might be that the 4x4 switches on the transfer case are sticky or you do not have sufficient vacuum on the front diff actuator which is caused by a hole in one of the vacuum pipes or the vacuum solenoids not operating correctly. You can test the vacuum solenoids with your finger. Start the vehicle and pull off the vacuum pipes connected to the top of the vacuum solenoids. When 2wd is selected you should have vacuum on one solenoid and when 4wd is selected the vacuum should change to the other solenoid.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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