Question about Chevrolet Blazer
I have a 2000 Chevrolet S10 Blazer 4x4. Feels like transmission is slipping. From a stop, put in reverse, rev up to 4,000 RPM and vehicle wouldn't move. Put in drive, rev to 4,000 rpm and doesn't move. Put vehicle in 4wd Hi, vehcile moved just fine and shifted up just fine. Put in reverse, drove in reverse just fine. Put in 2wd again, felt like slipping transmission again staying in first gear. HELP!!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on
Either your rear driveshaft is missing, your rear axle is pooched. the same transmission drives both ends.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it may be the plastic bushings inside the transfer case they help move the arm inside if they go out they feel loose and dont move the arm far enough to lock it into 4x4 can you try pulling it farther almost untill you neutral then push back just untill it is back in 4 high see if it stays hope this helps
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
Maybe the shifter cable. I would look under the car on the drivers side of the transmission, with the wheels blocked, have someone operator the gear shifter and see if it is moving the shift lever on the transmission.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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