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4wd buttons do nothing

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12 Sep 2018 18:24 #195943 by Jjbradshaw1
Hi everyone,

I probably should have revived an old thread but couldn’t really see one where they’d had a similar issue. I’ve got an 05 Jimny with the button transfer system. Except when I press my buttons, absolutely nothing happens, no noises, no lights on the dash, nada. I’m not great with mechanics but thought it may just be a fuse or loose connection or something? Anybody have any suggestions before I take it to a garage.

Any advice is appreciated, it looks pretty bad when you have a lifted Jimny with chunky tyres that doesn’t even have 4wd!

James

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12 Sep 2018 19:16 #195948 by Lambert
Replied by Lambert on topic 4wd buttons do nothing
Check the wires into the transfer box are intact, they are really not very well protected and could be your problem.

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