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#69 of 98 Re: FIXED! 2001 would not go into 4x4... here's how... [wesbellmore]
Nov 17, 2008 (3:46 pm)
will try this saturday.thanks alot for the reply.a concern of mine is that the 4 low always worked since i had it(4 months)then all the sudden the 4 low wont work.any ideas on why or what may have went bad?what should i check for the 4 low?thanks for any info.i need to get it fixed asap.
#70 of 98 2002 TOD display flashes CHECK light
Mar 09, 2009 (10:59 am)
Just recently on my 2002 Trooper the TOD display flashes the red CHECK light. In my problem, as soon as the engine starts the light starts flashing. Just the red CHECK light.
My "Auto 4WD" does not seem to work. The 4WD low does work properly.
I checked the vacuum solenoids and they seem to be functioning properly when I test them off the vehicle.
Any ideas on where to go from here?
#71 of 98 Re: 2002 TOD display flashes CHECK light [jbcol1]
Mar 09, 2009 (2:10 pm)
same problem i got here.pull your tod codes yourself manually.this will lead you to whats wrong
#72 of 98 Re: 2002 TOD display flashes CHECK light [brentb1]
Mar 10, 2009 (8:56 am)
I finally got them, 13, 14, 24..... haven't gotten any further yet. What did you find?
Apr 04, 2009 (6:59 pm)
I recently had the intake manifold values replaced on my 1999 Trooper 3.2 and now I have a problem with my display of the TOD the rear wheel display green flashes and the check light flashes red. My 4 wd drive will engage and 4L has no problems. Sometimes the transmission will slip. Help any answers?
#74 of 98 Re: 4 whd drive display flashes check light [atfdmike]
Apr 06, 2009 (2:34 pm)
It is a 1999 trooper with TOD System with 132,400 miles and i have had all the pcv, sparks plugs, intake casket value,value cover set. fuel links & in 2007 timing belt redone and head casket on the left side. Now the right side head casket redone and i smell no oil burning. In the display i have the front wheels and rear wheels in the display and the rear wheels keep flashing green on and off and they the light that reads check comes in red in the display area and flashes on and off. No problems putting the vehicle in 4 wheel drive. It is the 3.5 liter engine I got when had around 78,560 miles and I am the 2nd owner of the vehicle and has all the goodies like the moonroof and captain seats and etc.
#75 of 98 1999 3.5L trooper flashing light in the display panel TOD.
Apr 28, 2009 (5:39 pm)
I found the problem to my TOD system. The flashing display light in the TOD area was losing the signal to the traction system in the rear end that was assoicated with the sensors in the rear wheels. Remember to reset the computer once you have fixed the sensors problem by disconnecting the battery to have the computer reset itself. I hope this helps anyone else out there.
#76 of 98 Re: 2002 TOD display flashes CHECK light [jbcol1]
Nov 06, 2009 (6:44 am)
I have a very similar problem on my 2002. How do you "pull the codes manually"? I rended an obd scanner but it says that there are no problems. Is there another place to plug in the scanner to get TOD problem codes?
#77 of 98 95 trooper w/4 wheel drive not working
Dec 21, 2009 (9:06 am)
My trooper dash goes constant green when i put the vehicle in 4wheel drive however the front wheel do not engage. Anyone with knowledge or problem please advise asap. 20 inches of snow in NJ.....
#78 of 98 Re: 95 trooper w/4 wheel drive not working [luvmynjtrooper]
Dec 21, 2009 (5:32 pm)
If you have auto hubs, then assuming that one of you hubs is not engaging is a good place to start. Both hubs must engage in order for the front axles to engage. IF one does not lock, then that hub receives all the power since it is not a locking differential. Usually it is just the C clip on the axle that pops off.
All this assumes that your transfer case is working and that it really is going into 4 WD. I think in 96 Isuzu went to shift on the fly, so yours is basically as described, stop, put it in 4WD, and drive. HTH One guys opinion.