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07-15-2013 04:01 PM
michaelgoesrawr I replied to your other thread on JF. I'm betting its something to do with the connections between the switch and the bulb. That is if I'm understanding your explanation


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07-15-2013 03:57 PM
kik On a 90 you have the vac. switch on the firewall as you said. 91 and above it's on the driver's side of the actuator on the dif. and it's electric. With the ignition on, don't start it, if you remove and pull air on the vac. line that's attached to the switch the 4wd light should activate. Someone else will have to sit in the driver's seat to let you know because it will cycle on and off as you release air pressure. If it doesn't then it's the switch itself, the wire going from the switch to the dash or the bulb. But, if you already checked the bulb and you're sure it's ok then you can rule it out. Just to be sure, I would temporarily swap in a bulb that you know works. Most likely the vac switch over the wire into the harness if it still doesn't work. Just make sure it's definately not the bulb.
07-15-2013 01:34 PM
Defcon 1 You test the indicator switch yet? Be careful pulling the electrical connector off they usually get caked up with dirt and grease. You'll need an oversize wrench too to spin it out, I think it's around 7/8" or 22mm.
07-15-2013 09:35 AM
mcseang [QUOTE=wasomma;3963853]are you sure your 4WD is actually working?[/QUOTE
yes 4wd works as it should.... just no indicator light
07-15-2013 09:04 AM
wasomma are you sure your 4WD is actually working?
07-14-2013 07:18 PM
mcseang
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Did you remove the indicator switch and manually depress the contact? That will verify the the switch is actually working.
thanks, i'll give that a shot in the morning
07-14-2013 07:07 PM
Defcon 1 Did you remove the indicator switch and manually depress the contact? That will verify the the switch is actually working.
07-14-2013 06:25 PM
mcseang
4wd indicator light will not come on

4wd indicator will not light up. I have tried grounding the vacuum switch by the battery, disconnecting the vacuum line and sucking into to it, verified vacuum lines are intact and made sure the bulb was good...... whats next? replace the vacuum switch on the firewall, or the switch on the transfer case?

fyi 1990 4.2 5 speed

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