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4wd problem when i push my 4wd button on my dash the little picture by the speedometer just blinks "auto" and the 4wd doesn't enguage, also if you listen to the engine ,it sounds like thers a vacum leak. can you help.

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Sanman,  Sorry I couldn't figure out something to help you earlier,  I'm posting here so I can get notified if you come up with a fix.    Good luck!

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