4 wheel drive "flashes" but not engaged

Asked by Jan 05, 2010 at 02:25 PM about the Honda Passport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Our passport has electronic 4 wheel drive.  Always worked before but recently when we put it into
4 wheel drive the dash light flashes as if its trying to engage but it doesn't.  Any ideas where to
check?  Fuses? vacuum lines?

3 Answers

20

4 wheel drive indicator switch is definitely busted or worn out try junk yard if u can't afford the Honda dealers check up like me

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10

You are a prick. Yes you are. Thank you.

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20

My 1994 honda passport will start but wont go she this old man was driving the truck he use the 4 wheel drive and he ask me have I ever use it I told him no.so he use it and when he park the truck he did something with the 4 wheel drive now it wont move or anything. It will cut on but don't move what could be the problem.

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