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Transfer Case 4wd sensor

My sensor is stuck in 4Hi. I think it's messing up other areas, but I can not find a part number for it for my '08. Any help out there?

Edit: I looked in the PART pdf I have, and the number is 05083138AA. Does anyone have a supplier for these besides the delarship? Can I just clean it and get it working again?

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Transfer case cable break or stretch on you? Sure it's not in 4hi?

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Transfer case cable break or stretch on you? Sure it's not in 4hi?
Nope, transfer case moves fine. I get into 4Hi and 4Lo just fine. I've been out a few times with this. I just get a C1014 code (I think that is the number) saying the sensor is stuck in 4Hi.

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post #4 of 4 Old 06-04-2010, 10:05 AM
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What happens when you unplug the switch from the harness?

Its a 5 position switch & 4 positions are used. It changes the resistance sensed by the computer depending on location of the "plunger".

The sensor is the same from '03-'06 Rubicons & all JK's Rubi & non-Rubi...
We tested a bunch of them from the different years & didn't find any difference if I remember correctly. Its been a while though.

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