If test light lights, replace front axle solenoid and proceed to next step. I am getting power to the actuator but it is not engaging. The 1998 Chevy C1500 has been a very dependable truck for me and my family. I might be wrong but it sounds like the actuator is not activating. These headers do not work with 4wd.
I bought this truck from a very close friend, who is the original owner, and also a certified master mechanic. Cycle ignition switch On and Off 5 times. Like I stated before there is plenty of room to work on the motor if needed because the parts are not all compacted together like a lot of vehicles these days. Drivetrain - Slow Or No Engagement of Front Axle. Come in 2 different core sizes. This is the switch you are talking about. They feature a slip-fit collector that when used with stainless steel band clamps offer the best ground clearance in the industry.
I know that I can rely on this truck to get us all safely to where we need to be. Just seems like the front hubs refuse to lock in. I also removed the t-case fuse per the instructions and switched the truck on and off 5 times. Sorry I can't discribe it better. What is keeping my 4wd from activating? When you are in 2wd sitting at a stop, in park or neutral, and you press four high, do you hear anything, and does the light continuously flash or revert back to 2wd. They feature all aluminum construction, but unlike others on the market, they have beautifully stamped tanks with strengthening indentations just like your original. Fill it through the fill hole until fluid runs out.
Also what is the other two wires for that go to the transfer above the actuator. They fit comfortably in the 1998 Chevy C1500. When I got on the paved road I took it out of 4wd. When the regulator blows, it dumps raw fuel down into the engine. Contact us for individual components. Of that mileage, its only been driven maybe 1000 miles in 4 wheel drive.
Standard ceramic finish is polished silver, contact us for bare steel and black ceramic coated pricing. The light on the 4H or the 4L will flash on the button that is pressed. Everyone in my family has driven the truck. My boys are bigger in size and they have a hard time finding a vehicle they can fit comfortable in. It should have some resistance, probably like a fuel injector or similar, possibly 10 to 20 ohms I would guess. If not, replace transfer case switch.
I changed the actuator tonight the 4wd works know. I also checked the fuse and it was good. My boys are bigger in size and they have a hard time finding a vehicle they can fit comfortable in. We have had to replace the hinges on the driver side door and have had to grease the latches on both doors. Test power to transfer case switch.
Nothing I that I do will make the 4wd lock-in. If using a late model transmission you will have to relocate your crossmember and trim for fitment. Ive checked the 4wd system think the front actuator didnt release but all is fine there aswell as shaft disengagment. There is also a front axle switch that has a two wire connector, the same lght blue circuit as the actuator, and a black white hat looks like, in theory, should be grounded by the transfer case control module. The following bulletin may interest you if you need to replace the actuator.
Hard starting and poor mileage are good indicators. . They are not flashing any codes it is just a constant flash. Which wires what colors at what switch did you check? I put it in 4wd last week while I was on a wet slick dirt road at the hunting club. I even disconnected the battery to see if this might reset something. Had a new iac put into it and that seemed to do the trick.
One car we own that is a newer model has the battery under the back seat! I would recommend this vehicle to anyone who may be short on money and needing a vehicle to get them from A to B everyday with no worries. Also the driver side door is obviously used more than the passenger door so having to change the hinges is no big deal. Should I get the truck on a lift and make sure my front drive shaft is spining when I engage the 4wheel drive? Service information does not specify an electrical specification for the actuator. Thanks Lee Another question would the tps have anything to do with this porblem of 2 much fuel vs air. Explain the flashing in detail, and I will provide you with the info that I have.
There is a bulletin, and a revised schematic, if the new style front axle actuator has been installed. When I engage the 4wheel drive nothing happens. If this doesn't help then I will get my brother to discribe it better tomorrow he knows what all of name of these parts are. There is plenty of space under the hood and the parts are not compacted all together. We bought it cash and have owned it for 3 years with no major issues.