Thank you so much for your reply!
This model has the 4 push buttons to the right of the steering wheel on the dash; 2 hi, 4 hi, Auto 4WD & 4 Lo.
When I push the "4 hi", the led on the switch flashes for a few seconds while the transfer case motor "hunts". (The front differential actuator motor runs for a second and engages during this time.) Then, the LED on the "4 Hi" button stays on, even though it is not engaged at the transfer case. (If I attempt to go to "4 Lo" at this time, the "4 Lo" LED flashes for about 6 seconds and a relay clicks under the dash, then the light goes out on "4 Lo" and comes back on at the "4 Hi" button.)
While the "4 Hi" LED is on, If I push the "2 Hi" button, the front differential actuator motor runs and disengages and the LED on the "2 Hi' button comes on.
It has also been suggested to me that the connectors on the TCCM may be corroded or loose, or the TCCM itself may be bad. Do either of these items sound like a possibility on this model? If so, where is the location of the TCCM? (On older models it was behind the passenger kick panel, but it is not there on this model.)
If the symptoms mostly point to a new motor, I'll just go that route. (I just hate blowing money on the part to find a bad connection later.)
Thanks again for all your help!
Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 AT 3:49 PM