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The 4wd lights on they say its the transfer case control module?

(2002 Dodge Durango)
in Springfield, IL on August 01, 2011
The break caliber locked up and after they "fixed" that the 4wd light cam eon they say its the tansfer case control module. But is the control module a seperate piece then the tarnsfer case, ive read places that it could be an accuator. if that they say its easy to fix like a fuse.... HELP PLEASE!!
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of Reco's Renches on August 02, 2011
Hello this does seem like the 4WD TRANFER CASE CONTROL MODULE failure and the fuse you have heard about is in the power distribution center and it is fuse [A].The location for the 4WD TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE is under the dash above the hood release handle.HAVE A BLESS DAY from DR.RECO.
on August 03, 2011
Thanks for your response so your saying if i replace that fuse that should be the only problem or could the transfer case its self be bad? And you have a blessed day as well!
on August 09, 2011
Hello yes replace the fuse first and test drive but the problem could be the tranfer case control module not he tranfer case itself.HAVE A BLESS DAY from DR.RECO.
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