Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
It snowed here in kentucky today and my drive way was coverd and I could not get up it in 2 wheel drive and so i put it in 4 low and started up the drive way half up the rear tires started spinning but the front ones didnt. But I know for sure the 4wheel kick in cause it **** and it crawled really slow like its supposed to.
I now these trucks pretty well, I own 2, a 2000 two door and a 95 4 door and before them I owned a 88 and an 87, so look I suggest you use 4 hi but in low geer(1st geer) and just let it grab by itself, cause I find first thing it's hard getting into 4 low cause you must be in neutral,and I usually engage it with only the ignition on without actually running the truck to make sure it actually engages, we get a lot of snow up here so I'm letting experience speak for itself, hope it helps...
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
-i have a 95 blazer it snowed heavily today i was driving the truck in 4 wheel drive pulled out of a parking lot and the 4x4 disengaged and what i mean by that is that it stopped working i got it to the garage and the actuator is engaging the 4 wheel drive and the front driveshaft is spinning but the front wheels don't turn i had the truck up on jackstands and could see the driveshaft spinning is there a sensor that locks the hubs into plce or is the front differential gone?
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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