maybe someone stuck 4x4 on the side of the box and thats throwing you
gawd, i hope not, but if the shift lever's not forward on the tranny
hump i couldn't tell ya.
i don't think they had electronic then, which would be pushbutton on
look on the backside of the driver's sun visor. any instructions
well, if not, whatever you do, don't shift the thing into 4Lo outside
of neutral and stopped,
that is, if you find the shifter.
On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 23:29:27 -0600, "Kirby \"Does it Hurt?\" Black"
<peace maker mode>
I think what Doc meant was that the OP found the shifter, but it must
not be marked, because he doesn't know where the positions on the
</peace maker mode>
Please remove splinters before emailing
I can see what doc supposedly was referring to after going back to
read the post I
replied to, again, but I don't have time to respond trying to explain
the way I read
what don implied, "as far as I read it." I'm not gonna fault him for
a lack of writing
skills cause it serves no purpose, just like doc's post to me
Touche Kirby! <g>
Try not to be so sensitive eh? This is usenet after all! You assume I was
berating you when in fact I was just goofin' around.........dude.
Doc the chronic malcontent (I've been called worse)
ok, i have an 84 and an 86 4x4 Blazer S10. Both have shifters on the floor
and have indicators. There are 4 positions:
(1)2 Lo - closest to the front of the vehicle
(2)4 Hi - shift to and from 2 lo at any speed,
just not on pavement and especially careful with the wheels not
(3) Neutral -this position is for emergencies like winching and towing
ect...I am neurtal towards everyone reading this!
(4) 4 Lo - this position requires caution. Always have your main trans in N
(both mine are automatic). When you shift, do it continuously from 4 hi to 4
lo as not to grind. Do not stop in the 3rd position.
there are also lights on the left side of the shifter to indicate if the
differential is engaged. the lights often burn out and the diff often sticks
in 4 high.
If this happens, just step on the brake (preferably when the vehicle is on
a slight incline) move the shifter if nessicarry.
The shifter works on a 12 volt and the actual locking in place of the front
axle is hydralic (I think!)
get out there and get stuck! make sure both axles are spinning!
laugh if ya want bout the stickers BUT this one will make ya wet your
pants from laughing
say s-10 yesterday appeared to be between 94-96
it was a 2 wheel drive with low profile tires on it, looked to be a old
set of krager rims and on the tailgate it had zr2 off road stickers, on
the rear panel of the bed it had 4x4 and on the doors it had super
sport, i bout died laughing.
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