Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
When backing out or pulling into a parking space the rear end drags and now I cannot select 2HI from A4WD. It changes to 4Lo instead.
Is the air suspension down? Need make, model and year to help further.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 4Hi won't switch back to 2Hi
First try hitting the 2HI when in nuetral. If that doesn't work put the vehicle in reverse and hit the 2HI switch and tap the brakes at the same time. Usual if you do this, when you put it into drive it will release.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: 4wd stuck in 4Lo
Yeah, it may be a bad switch or faulty wiring harness. I have some other problems besides the wiring/switch deal. When engaged in 4hi, the front pulls left then right, back and forth pretty strongly (yes, that's driving in the snow). I drained and replaced the fluid in the t.c. and front diff. I took it for a test drive on a thick gravel road and shifted into 4hi. I shifted fine and I drove it for a few minutes with all of the above described pulling. When I went to shift back to 2wd, it wouldn't happen multiple times pushing 2wd and 4hi. Just to see what would happen, I put it in Neutral, shifted to 4low...yeah that worked, just because it entrapped be into being stuck in 4low. I was close to the house by then so driving forward and back...pushing buttons...using manuals instructions to shift to neutral...pulling fuses....disconnecting the battery...it wouldn't go back to 2hi. I finally yanked of the dash piece surrounding the steering column, yanked and stuffed some wires because I was so ******, unhooked the 4wd switch and put it back together. NOW it is shifting again. I praised the Lord. One problem possibly figured out. Either a bad wiring loom or a bad switch. Hope that helped.
Posted on Oct 11, 2011
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