Question about Chevrolet S 10
What year is it?
Is it an old one that you have to lock the 2 hub or the newer one that select 2wd and 4wd from the inside of the cab.?
I will spend few minutes under the truck to look for leaks first.
Check the transfer case for the correct fluid level.
Check and lube all the U joints (IF THEY ARE LUBE-ABLE)
Check for free play on the axle.
Check rear diff. fluid level
Just check everything under the truck.
If it's shift from the cab. Lock for the unit the engage the front wheel.
You will need a friend to switch the selector from 2WD and 4WD.
The motor that do the shift movement is what need to be inspected.
If there is a grease fitting or filler hold the please get the correct lube and apply the correct amount.
If the good old days,all manufacture recommend driving the truck backward after you switch from 2WD to 4WD. Under your sun visor there may be instruction on how to "correctly" make the switch.
Just lube away and check for the near the transfer case,
I would check the drain the transfer case oil and fill it up with fresh fluid.
Please post your finding when you have a chance.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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