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Broken 4 wheel drive cable 1991

Changed my old vacuum seal for a pull straight cable and it has broken I was wondering if I can fix it our have to buy a new set up.

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I sold my 91. but what is a vacuum seal,
where is it, what system, (engine ,tranny, or transfer case?)
what cable. im at a loss....?????????????

Posted on Nov 25, 2013

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SOURCE: Vacuum lines for 4 wheel drive

if you look under the Jeep on the passenger side of the front axle you will see a vacume mod its kind of round shaped it should have a vacume plug on it wit ha few hoses going into it make sure its plugged in for starters these come off all the time if it looks good here simply follow the lines into the engine compartment and look for broken hose this should get you a fix most of the time, the mod could be defective but not likely.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: 1991 wrangler 4x drive

its the automatic locking hub mecanizm replace with after market manual hubs and that should be the end of that

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 4 wheel drive not engaging

I do not have a vacuum diagram for the 89 Cherokee, but my 89 had the same issue several times and all it was is that the block of vacuum lines that go into the front axle on the rear of the axle on the passenger side of the vehicle. I ended up having to put a zip tie around the axle and hose block to hold it on. Have not had the issue again since doing this. Hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 1992 Jeep 4 wheel drive vacuum line for front axle

there is a vacuum switch on top of the transfer case it applies vacuum when the truck is shifted in to 4 wheel drive . if you connect it to direct vacuum you front axle will be engaged all the time

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: where can I get a parts diagram of the vacuum hose

Autozone.com, register for free repair info

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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Warn used to sell replacement solenoids for these that fixed the problem, I had to buy one, I also used braided coverings on all of my vacuum lines to avoid the exhaust problems with melting the lines. There have also been companies over the years, that sold replacement electric systems to replace the vacuum systems in the GM rigs." Another: Same thing I thought when it first happened on the one I had, but low and behold, it was melted vacuum lines, seems to be a very common problem on many GM 4x4 vehicles, which is why the aftermarket companies have made solutions for it.

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