Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
All fuses in fuse box is good so is the relay fuses wondering if it could be vacume lines
Have the same problem among others, checked the vacum lines and not the answer. I cut a hole in the floor board on the passenger side of the tran. hump and checked vacum lines to the acutater no kinks ect., its a wonder the way they have them squeezed in between the firewall and the motor the same way they have the distributer jamned back there. Did you ever change the trany filter that they suggest every 30,000 what a joke. And if you ever need to change the heater core get the sawsaw out and cut threw the dash to get to it its the easy way. So my solution is to run your blazer into the the nearest pine tree dont waste a good hard wood tree.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Could also be the actuall vaccum actuator at the front drive axle, located on pasenger side. if you locate this and hook direct vaccumto it from the motor then drive it you should have 4x4..... if you do then it isnt the actuator, its the lines which run to the driver side of the tranny. In this case they are probably rotted and leaking
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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