Question about 1989 Isuzu Trooper
I recently purchased a 1989 isuzu trooper from a buddy at work, The four wheel drive doesn't work right because the passenger side hub and transaxle are no good. The driver side looks fine on inspection but the passenger is missing most of the guts and the axle is just slopping around inside what's left of the hub so I'm sure the splines are shot. I have to buy new hubs and at least one axle, I would like to switch over to manual locking hubs and eliminate the autolockers altogether. Is this possible? Do I have to buy two new axles to work with the manual hubs? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, Thanks
The autolocking hubs are vacuum operated.. Check the small hoses at the back of the hubs for cracks or a broken off fitting.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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