Question about 1992 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cheyenne
This is a 2 ton dump truck , the 2 speed rear axle motor does not stop when it is shifted from high to low or low to high, it just keeps spinning. I have replaced the circuit board but it doesn't help.what is wrong?
Check the limit sensors as the motor is not registering the end of the movement
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm a big chevy fan and the reason it wont shift is because of the big tires.What happens when you put big tires on it and still have the same gear ratio the tires slow down the speed alot.There for making the trans seem its still going slower.The only real adjustments you can do here are first adjust the kick down cable if it has one,Next would be change the gear ratio to compinsate for the big tires.But if you have the elctronic trans theres really nothing you can do to adjust the kick down.But if it does this cable controls how the truck shifts on where the gas pedal is.To adjust the kick down cable you need to look at the cables that go up to the throttle likage.the cable thats on the bottom is the one you need.Next behind the bracket that holds the cable is a metal tab its actually in the cable.Push that tab in and the center part of the cable which looks like a con push that all the way in release the tab.Next jump in the truck and press the gas pedal to the floor now its adjusted.Thats all you can do..Hope this helps you and have a great day..
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
It sounds as though either the throw out bearing or pressure plate are bad. The grinding makes me want to lean towards the pressure plate.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Your truck should have a solenoid attached to the front axel (more so to the right side). Unplug the solenoid and probe the harness. It should be two wires if not tell me. But it should have twelve volts on one and ground on the other (with the 4wd in-gauged) If that is fine remove the solenoid and see if it actuates when put it into 2wd and 4wd. If that checks out then the problem is either somewhere inside the front axel or maybe the transfer case. But the way you described it I would start with the front axel.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
it sound like it is going in to 4low rang but it may only be low 2wheel power brake it a little on dirt if the tires sin in the rear it was only low ranged 2 wheel u can get this by putting it in 4low and unlocking the hubs it may be a hub prob as it is common
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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