Re: 4WD problem

snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net turned on the Etch-A-Sketch and wrote:


I had the '95 4WD SLE.
AFAIR, your vacumn actuator is shot. You need to check that.
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On Wed, 10 Dec 2008 21:29:26 -0800, PerfectReign cast forth these pearls of wisdom...:

Could very well be. It is worth disconnecting the battery for 20 minutes or so and then re-connecting it. The Jimmy and Blazer both get confused on rare occassion and this technique has been known to fix this problem. Certainly worth the investment in your time.
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PerfectReign wrote:

Sounds more like the encoder motor on the transfer case. The front actuator wouldn't make it have NO power to the wheels. Only a problem in the T-case can do that.
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