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Diff Lock light flashing and Slip light on

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I have a 2014 Pro-4x with 20k miles on it. Did a oil change yesterday morning then ran some errands. Woke up this morning and hopped in my beast to go to work and when I started it up I noticed the DIFF LOCK light flashing the whole time (1hr commute) and the Slip light is on and won't turn off when I engage the button.

Did some research on here and saw some pointed to low brake fluid could be causing it so check that and still having the issue.

Also saw that it could be my rear end going out. Could this be the case with only 20k miles?

Any suggestions?

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Engage 4Lo, then turn the e-locker switch on until it stops flashing (meaning it is engaged). Then reverse the process. I've had my diff lock light come on twice for no apparent reason. This process seems to make it go away. If that doesn't work then you have other problems.
Thanks for the response. Followed your advice and it went into 4LO and the Diff Lock light stopped flashing and went solid also the ABS light come one when it went into 4LO. Reversed the process and the Diff Lock is still flashing and the Slip light is still on.

Can't believe with only 20k miles that I could have a serious issue with it.

Also tried to see if it was giving any codes and nothing. Don't really want to take it the stealership but may have to.

Anyone else have this issue? If so what was the outcome?

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Is it possible that you dislodged one of the wheel speed sensor cables?
Wouldn't think so.... But will definitely check. Will do some research on that to not quite sure where the sensor is at.

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Got the truck back yesterday and had a fault diff lock button under the radio. They replaced that and I was good to go.

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