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Kubota 1100 rtv 2013: Does front drive shaft turn when unit in 2WD?

Does front drive shaft turn when unit in 2WD?

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SOURCE: 2000 suburban 4wd-drive train vibration

Have you had all the wheels balanced? Have you checked for a bent axle?

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If its 2wd, there are no driveshafts. check the sway bar links/ and bushings,

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there should be a lever on the left side of seat with 2 symbols a box with gear in it and a open box with gear in it open box is 2wd

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2001 GMC Yukon XL, should the front drive shaft be engaged when in 2wd position ?


If you do not hub locks on the vehicle then Yes . Both axles turn and they turn the diff which turns the front drive shaft. If you have hub locks and they are disengaged then no the axles will not turn.

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The unit probably has a vacuum system to disconnect the 4wd at the front axle. When you disconnect the transfer box this vacuum disconnects the front diff so the drive shaft does not turn continuously. Check the vacuum tube sometimes breaks.

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Got. A 2003 f150 4x4 got problems with 4 wheel drive locking in and stay in drive shaft turning front wheels not


Operationally vacuum shifts the front axle between 2WD and 4WD mode. The GEM ( Generic Electronics Module ) applies ground to the solenoid needed for the mode selected on the switch ( for ESOF ) or when the transfer case shift lever is moved ( MSOF ).The contact plates in the transfer case signal the GEM that the transfer case is engaged, and the Vacuum solenoids need to be activated ( either 2WD to 4WD or 4WD to 2WD ).

Lift and support the front of the truck so the front wheels are off the ground ( take safety precautions, chock wheels, jack stands, etc )
Key on, engage 4x4 and try to turn the front drive shaft.
- If it turns it is a problem with the transfer case.
- If it doesn't it is a front axle engagement problem ( this is what you seem to have, the transfer case is engaged and will drive the front shaft mine was a key on engine off test ).

- If the front drive shaft does not turn :
•With the truck running ( with front wheel back on the ground ), switch from 2WD to 4WD and back again, the vacuum shift motor should move the lever on the front axle.
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-- If the vacuum shift motor does not move:
1.Check for vacuum on the lines while shifting between modes. Pink vacuum line is 2WD mode, Light Blue vacuum line is 4WD.
2.Check the fuses for the 4WD system and the solenoids.
3.Check the vacuum lines from the vacuum shift motor to the solenoids on the firewall.
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4.Check the vacuum lines from the solenoids to the vacuum reservoir box behind the battery.
5.Check the vacuum reservoir box for cracks.
6.Typical solution is the vacuum lines ( to the solenoids or to the vacuum shift motor ) are cracked or the vacuum shift motor has a cracked diaphragm and has water in it.
7.Could be the shift plate contacts in the transfer case are corroded / not making good contact, and not activating the solenoids.
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Usually the case is cracked vacuum lines from the solenoids, the next common is a cracked vacuum reservoir box, and 1 time I have seen the mount for the vacuum disconnect motor broken ( motor floating free so it could not push against the axle )
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4 wheel drive wont engage on my 97 f150


Lift and support the front of the truck so the front wheels are off the ground ( take safety precautions, chock wheels, jack stands, etc )
Key on, engage 4x4 and try to turn the front drive shaft.
If it turns it is a problem with the transfer case.
If it doesn't it is a front axle engagement problem.

I would suspect that the front drive shaft will not turn, and the issue is with the vacuum shift for the front axle.

The vacuum disconnect motor is on the front axle ( item #10 in the picture below )
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Close up of the vacuum disconnect motor ( this is in process of being repaired )
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The vacuum solenoids are mounted on the firewall, and take vacuum from the vacuum reservoir to move the shift motor when the GEM ( Generic Electrical Module ) calls for a mode ( 2WD or 4WD ).
The Pink line will have vacuum on it when in 2WD mode, the Light Blue when in 4WD.
Use a vacuum gauge to verify that the vacuum is on the line when selecting the mode.

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It sounds like your driveline to the rear wheels is broken. Could be transfer case output shaft to the rear wheels has broken. Try disconnecting the rear drive shaft and see if you can turn it by hand with the transfer case engaged in 2WD. If you can turn it while the Sahara is in gear, the output shaft is no longer connected to the engine for some reason.

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