Question about 2003 Chevrolet Blazer
Actually I just got it this past Dec. and the weather in Alberta has been nasty to say the least. I have always had it in 4x4. I tried to put it in 2 wheel drive and the noise was worse so I put it back in 4x4. This is the first 4x4 I have ever owned. I really no nothing about the dynamics of it. Also it seems that if I want to change to 4x2 or 2x2 I have to put it in neutral. Is this normal? Really appreciate your help :)
Yes, it is normal to have to put it in neutral in order for it to switch from 4X2 to 2X4 and vice versa. Also, I would check the fluids in the axles to make sure it is up to where it needs to be, because that can also be the cause of the howling. Regular 4X4's are actually not designed to be in four-wheel-drive for extended periods of time, only when extra traction is needed. If you need extra help with this, just email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be able to further help you.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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