So i've had my p38 for the past couple days, (2000 4.6HSE, 92k miles) had it in the shop after i bought it to get brakelines done, needless to say it's been running awesome, however, today, after driving 35-40 miles i stopped at a restaraunt and when i came back to the truck and started it, it has a "TRANSFER OVERHEAT" warning on the message center and it would keep beeping 3x. Scared, i drove it home, then about 2 hours later had to get to work and had no other choice but to drive it. Figured it would cool down while sitting at work and the light would go away. Nothing. Mind you the truck is running EXACTLY the same as before the message appeared, and I can't get for it to go away. It only did the beep beep beep once while driving home, and since i got back i've taken the battery off and tried to reset the message in any ways possible but it's not going away. I feel as if this is an electronic glitch because the truck shifts smooth with no slip. I just need to be pointed in the right direction as to what my next step is. I'm considering draining the tcase and refilling it with fresh fluid ( i think it takes ATF III?) Any tips or suggestions are greatly appreciated as i don't know how to feel about this since the performance hasn't changed. If it's worth noting, it was very hot out (89F + ) When it first came with this warning. Not sure if that has any correlation. I'm just worried that i should be worried right now. :?