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Worn front drive shaft

Does the front drive shaft turn when not in 4wd on a 1998 chevy truck. The front drive shaft is worn where it is splinned together which might be causing vibration.

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No the front drive shaft should not rotate when the truck is not in 4 wheel drive. if it is, the front axle is not disengaging. check the acuator the screws into the front axle housing. only takes a min or two to unscrew and check that the plunger is moving back and forth.

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No only the front axles rotate.

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