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The 4x4 shift motor on your truck is likely bad. It is located on the back side of the transfer case. Any time the lights for your 4x4 don't come on, this is the most likely culprit. The dash mounted switch just tells the motor which of 3 positions it should be in (4x4 Auto, 4x4 High, 4x4 Low). There are contacts inside the motor which tell it which posotion it is in and whnere to stop for the different modes. If these contacts become dirty, it won't work properly. code P0735 is: Gear 5 Incorrect ratio ... This is a transmission code.... which is not affected by the 4x4...

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