Question about 1987 Dodge W150
Transfer case engages but the front axle will not and the light does not come on... Why?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have automatic locking hubs? Do you need to turn hubs on wheels in order to have 4 wheel drive work? If all you do to get in 4wd is move shifter, then you have automatic locking hubs. The clicking indicates that the hubs are not fully disingaging. To check, block rear wheels, jack front up, and turn tire. the axle should not be turning...if it is, hub is still ingaged....time for new hubs.....if hubs are bad, and you want to save money, you can purchase a set of manual hubs made by (WARN)...its more than half the cost, but you will have to turn hubs to lock and unlock manually. Note...you still need to use the gear selector to put and take out 4wd.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
There Is A Vacum Swithch On Top Of The Tranfer Case,It Has 4 Inlets On It,Some Times They Come Off,Or You Could Have Lost Vacum To The Switch,Make Sure You Have Vacum,If So Clean Switch and Try It again..If It Does Not Work,Replace The Switch..
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
hope you can help. I have a 97 Dodge 1500 4x4 with a 5.2 litre and auto trans. After shifting to 4x4 high when you move there is a clicking sound form left front axel
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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