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Old 09-06-2018, 07:22 PM
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Default 4x4 and dash switch Lights not working

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This is my first thread. My 2005 Jimmy has lost its 4x4 mode. The lights on the switch do not illuminate. It is stuck in 2 hi. When I push the switch trying to change mode, there is no sound anywhere. I pulled the wire harness from the passenger side kick panel, where the transfer case mod is. I tried to clean out any corrosion but the mod and wires look good. I also pulled the battery tray and cleaned the 3 wire connectors going to the frame. 2 wires going to the top screw and 1 wire going to the bottom screw. After putting back together still no sound from module and no lights on dash switch.

I had replaced the aluminum box on drives side that the oil lines go to a few years back. At that time the 4x4 would not shift but I still had lights at switch. The only other work thats been done is a mechanic had installed a new passenger side wheel hub. I don't think k the light or shifting worked for long after that. And the fuses are all good. Any thing I missed? Thanks for your help.
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Old 09-14-2018, 06:00 AM
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Still no replies???

Does anybody know what feeds the lights on the 4x4 dash switch? I on my 2005 Jimmy?Is it the trans case module in kick panel or something else?


I have more urgent problems now. It failed the emissions test or at least it will. I had cleaned some grounds up, and had the battery out. I guess it had not driven enough since hooking back battery because when I went for test, it came up not ready. I have to go for re test, but my code reader shows flashing evap with no code present. The only code for sure that comes up is ABS. Without throwing parts at the problem, I would like to diagnose it first. Its either the charcoal canister under the driver rear frame or the evap purge valve which I replaced already several years ago.
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