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  • 4wd light

    I checked the search, no dice...

    simply, my 4wd light does not come on even though im engaged, 4wh or 4wl no light. went mudding last week, it came on after a little while... went beaching yesturday and didnt come on at all.... any ideas?

    -Lou

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    I know that when mine stopped going on I checked for a cable on top of the trans. Put your hand up on top and you will feel TWO wires. Both should be clipped in on top. Sadly enough a camera can not fit up there.. I had to guess, but it is on the left side (the other cable is on the right).. seems to me it is right above the speedo gear further towards the center of the truck. Make sense?

    If this does not work, check your bulb

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    • #3
      loose wire or wire that's "almost" broke and makes/breaks contact when you're wheeling.

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      • #4
        The switch screws in. Just take it out and 'Press the dedent ball in' to see if the switch is at fault, WITH THE KEY ON!.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Olt Man
          The switch screws in. Just take it out and 'Press the dedent ball in' to see if the switch is at fault, WITH THE KEY ON!.
          jerry, i would LOVE to know what this means haha. Il check the wires under the tranny tomorrow... but why tranmission and not t-case? Its an ax-15

          -Lou

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          • #6
            The plug switch is located on the lower left side of the transfer case Lou, and not on the tranny. At first before you pull it; follow the lead back to the connector to see if it is in 1 piece. Than unscrew it and push the dedent plunger ball in with the key on to check to see if the plug switch is OK. If it does not light up on the dash; 1 of 2 things are wrong. The switch is gone; or a wire is torn off. Good Luck.

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            • #7
              if its engaging into 4 wheel and the light doesnt come on i would bet that the switch itself is the culprit.

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