Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
For years I have been reversing the vacume lines on the actuator to engage the hubs for the 4 wheel drive. That no longer does the trick. Got any advice? I have repaired any broken vacume lines I could find (2)Jim firstname.lastname@example.org
I just changed the vacuum lines on my daughters truck. One of the steel lines was corroded and plugged. I put in two new lines and all is well.
Posted on May 02, 2009
If you have a vacuum pump (bicycle pump wil work) , hook up to the very rear of the acuator, give it some vacuum and listen for it operating. If it doesnt then the actuator may be bad.
If it does make nooise and move, a check for leaks in your vacuum system is in order. Just follow the pipes around and inspect them (engine running) and listen for leaks.
Hope this helps...
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