Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
You push the botton and it clicks
Here is the solution I just fixed with my 2000 s 10: detach the connector to the transfer case control module. Put a generous amount of dielectric gel into pin holes of female end. Put in not quite all the way, take out and grease up connector again, and reconnect. This is a cheap and easy way to fix. If not the fix, then go on to your vacuum lines/switch, actuator and cable, and then the transfer case encoder/actuator and transfer case control module (these end 2 are quite expensive, and seem to be a lesser problem than the prior). Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 27, 2012
Need more information, but try to engage with engine at idle and transmission in nuetral and then slowly put into gear. Some vehicles will only engage 4wd system in D for Drive not the D with the circle around it for Over Drive, due to speed restrictions on the system. 4H is used for inclement weather and snow for highway use or cruising off road. 4L should only be used OFF road not on pavement and for slow speeds only. If that does not work put in drive and slowly move vehicle forward with 4wd switch engaged shift to nuetral while coasting and then put into a forward gear NOT reverse and it should engage, make sure you do not have locking hubs as well, I don't know many vehicles that have locking hubs as of late, but I could be mistaken. Hope this helps. Other post have also stated that the 4wd switch could be faulty, and can easily burn out.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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