Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Most 4wd vehicles naturally are hard to turn tight corners when 4wd is engaged.because of the wheels working against each other (normal trait of most true 4wd vehicles)If it is truly rubbing a wheel there should be a clean spot in the inner wheel well or on the frame does your trailblazer have stock size tires on it?.....oversize tires could be your problem.If you don't detect a spot where it has been rubbing there may be a universal joint or CV shaft(constant Velosity shaft) problem.or even a worn or bent\broken suspension component allowing the wheels to turn further than they are designed to turn
hope this helps.....Good luck!
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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