not sure if its the same BUT
straight back should be 4 hi
one up from 4 hi should be 2hi
next one up should be neutral
and all way up should be 4 low.
for 4 low i have heard be in neutral and stopped thats to go into 4 low
or out of 4 low.
i say not sure if same as my buddy had a 95 s-10 with shift on floor.
i know my old 2000 z71 i would shift into 4 hi at speeds up to 25 mph
BUT heard that ppl have done it at 50 mph, tho i be afraid to do that
loke i said hope that helps. not sure if its same as the 95's
Every truck I have ever had is the same.
To engage in 4 low,you must be stopped.
Put the tranny in neutral,then shift to 4 low,then put the tranny back
If you don`t believe these posts,call your dealer.
I have both an 88 Jimmy and an 87 Blazer and can confirm what is written
here. One thing I have noticed, at least on both of mine, is when
shifting from 2h or 4h to 4l, I cannot pause in N between 4h and 4l. If
I don't go straight in to 4l with a smooth direct motion past neutral, it
ain't going to happen. I also agree with the suggestion that it goes in
to 4l a bit easier if the vehicle is rolling slightly (not over 2 or 3
Real easy. First for 4HI you just grab the transfer case shifter and
pull it back into 4HI.
Make sure your on a surface that has some slip though, NOT DRY PAVEMENT.
4HI can be shifted in/out while moving and is OK to use at higher speeds
(55-60 is OK)
4LO is a different animal. It is not shift on the fly. You need to slow
down to almost a full stop.
Shift the transmission into neutral.
Push the button down on the top of the handle and pull it back in one
smooth motion from 4HI through
Neutral and into 4LO. Again do not use 4LOW on any surface that has a
lot of grip. Shift back into drive or
one of the lower gears. 4LO develops a lot of torque and is usable up to
about 15 MPH MAX. No Faster.
Shifting out of 4LO you just reverse the process.
The reason for the warning about surfaces with good traction is that the
system on the S-Blazers do
not have a differential between the front and rear sections of the
driveline. The result is that you get
"wrap" in the driveline. This can destroy the transfer case or other
parts if it happens a lot.
So do NOT use 4 wheel on DRY surfaces with lots of grip. During winter
or similar weather where
you have patchy pavement (snow/dry/snow) and you feel you need 4wheel
just leave it in. The moments
between dry/wet shouldn't be a problem as long as it isn't LONG
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