Remanufactured Transfer Case Control Module
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Remanufactured Transfer Case Control Module
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Dorman - Renew Remanufactured Transfer Case Control Module

Part No. 599-104 Warranty Details  

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Our remanufactured Transfer Case Control Module is engineered from new replacement parts and renewed parts for optimal performance. It provides an environmentally friendly alternative to buying new.

Product Features:
  • Restores the ability to shift in and out of four-wheel drive (4WD)
  • Shuts off four-wheel drive (4WD) warning light
  • Plug and play for easy, economical installation—no programming required
  • Fully remanufactured and vehicle simulator- tested for quality assurance
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Connector Color:Orange
Programming Required:No
Remanufactured:Yes
Terminal Type:Orange 32 Pin

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  • Q:

    My mechanic informed me that my 99 Suburban K1500 5.7 ltr. had a drain on the battery while sitting. The other day the battery was dead, not even enough juice to operate the door locks, I heard a clicking coming from under the dash (sounded like blinkers) but it was coming from the Transfer Case Control Module or TCCM. Is the TCCM defective and causing the drain or, is the drain being caused by something else and the lack of charge in the battery causing a non-defective TCCM to click?
    Asked on 5/31/2014 by Neil from Kennesaw, Ga.

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    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      I'm happy to help, Neil! A mechanic would be able to better diagnose this as they will be able to test the electrical system of your vehicle. Without being able to see the vehicle and test electrical connections it would be difficult to diagnose. It's even possible that over time a wire could have broken and shorted. Strange things can start happening once there is a short or parasitic drain on the battery.

      Advance Auto Parts does do electrical system testing and your local store may be able to help you get into the right direction. I also recommend a repair manual (Haynes Part No. 24065) for a wiring diagram and if you need additional assistance from a mechanic, try our 'Need expert help?' link further down this page.

      Answered on 6/3/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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