Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
On my 2001 jimmy i had the same problem i fixed by changing the actuator on the front diff very simple and inexpensive
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have the same problem as well, but this is the solution i have found, which i have yet to try.
"look under the battery for th4 4x4 servo. it looks like a cruise control servo.
or could be the vac switch in the t-case. thses trucks were know for the vac switch to go bad. whick would cause it to **** tranny fluid into the vac lines to the servo. whick cause's the rubber to get soft and weak. which would cause it to not hold vac or tear the rubber."
from S-10 forums.
Please leave a reply to clarify if this fixes your problem as well.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
SOURCE: i got a 1997 gmc
It would appear you have a failed CV shaft on your drivers side front. If the axle is jumping around, that means the 4wd is engaged, but the front wheels can't pull because the one axle is just freewheeling. Replace that left axle and you should be good to go. Might want to check the cv boots on the right side axle while you are there.
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
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