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Old 07-29-2009, 08:25 PM   #15
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Isn't there a drive shaft from the case to the front differential that can be removed?

It would be cheap and easy as long as there isn't a slip joint into the transfer case. And cheap and easy is a rare combo these days!


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Old 08-20-2009, 12:12 AM   #16
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Hi, I also have a 99 4X4 Suburban, only a 1/2 ton which I'm looking to replace with something more suited to towing our 31ft Excella.

Anyway a little over a year ago I got a service 4WD system light and unfortunately decided to shift out of 2 wheel high to 4 wheel high and then to 4 wheel low where I got stuck. I did some research online and read that the push button 4 WD system was known to have a poorly soldered switch. I removed the switch and re-soldered the connections on the back of the switch. The light went out and I've been able to shift into and out of 4WD for the last year without any problems.

Might be worth a try, good luck

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