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so, I have had a bit of warranty work done on my rig....... now, the slip light will stay on for long periods of time as well as the brake light. I just had a new driveshaft deal done( funky u-joint or something ) and now the 4x4 high does not want to work properly. controls say it is engaged but the front does not work like it used to. What would cause the slip light and brake light to stay on for long periods of time and the 4x4 to not work properly. The rear end has been replaced as well.

I looked through some posts but couldn't find anything that went along the same lines as my problem. If I missed one I am sorry. Don't know what the flame factor is like on this site....

slip and brake light stay on in 2wd as well.
 

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okay, got the tech to check the truck out again. front right drive shaft loose causeing failure to engage. said it had something to do with my leveling kit. also, I get a new transfer case...... yay. also finally getting the other exhaust manifold replaced as well. hopefully no more problems after this. and the brake light was comeing on at acceleration due to a slightly low brake fluid res. I asume the slip light was comeing on because of the front drive shaft deal but still don't know why it was turning on in 2wd....:huh:
 

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okay, got the tech to check the truck out again. front right drive shaft loose causeing failure to engage. said it had something to do with my leveling kit. also, I get a new transfer case...... yay. also finally getting the other exhaust manifold replaced as well. hopefully no more problems after this. and the brake light was comeing on at acceleration due to a slightly low brake fluid res. I asume the slip light was comeing on because of the front drive shaft deal but still don't know why it was turning on in 2wd....:huh:
A leveling kit causing a loose drive shaft? Not likely. A leveling kit is a 2" change which would mean that any time your shocks were used and 2" of travel occurred, you would be in danger of damaging your drive shaft!

If you had a 6" lift and did heavy off-roading, then I could see that happening as a result of use.
 
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