Question about 1998 Kia Sportage
When I engage the 4 wheel drive of my 1998 Kia sportage the dash indicator light says that it is in but it doesn't act like it is in. What could be the problem? Could there be a vacum hose that has come loose?
It is the vacuum hubs they plain and simple ****...replace the lines. or get manual hubs from warn. the manual hubs are your best bet and only cost around 130 for something you know will work
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Best and cheapest to fix is to replace vacuum lockers with manual lockers. It is easy to do. Only 6 bolts per front wheel. This is the most trusted way of 100% engagement.
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