A friend has a 1990 Chevy 4WD pickup. I told him I'd try to help him
fix it, but I am not sure what the problem is either. Does anyone
know what would be causing this and how to fix it? Is there linkage,
or does the shifter go right into the 4wd unit? If there are
linkages, I'd suspect linkage problems.
All help appreciated.
Do you mean the front lockouts or just the shifter itself is not in
the right position? We tried to get the shifter in the proper
position. His lockouts are the automatic type with the servo motor.
I was wondering if that servo could be bad. I hear they are a common
I meant the shifter not being in the right position. Agressive off-roading
and under body impacts and torque can sometimes cause issues. Have you tried
removing the console and exposing the top of the unit and see if there's
more play to move it?
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