Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
It is automatic trans with manual shift to 4x4, but when I pull the stick in to 4x4 position (either Low or High) won't engage, does not lock
There is a actuator on the front axle. These are notorios for going bad. The new one will usualy come with a slug (round piece of metal) to install in front of the new actuator so it will engage your 4X4 faster. The factory setup was slow due to the pin having to move so far. The actuator will be towards the front of the vehicle on the passenger side of the differential.
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Posted on May 01, 2009
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