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1990 grand wagoner fog lights have no power. looking for wiring manual how does the 4wd switch activate the drivel axle? (have some rubber lines that are cut and go to where? cruise control vacuum lines missing any help will be welcome godavew62@msn.com

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Yes if the vacuum lines are cut missing and dry-rotted they need to be in place and you should obtain a schematic or compare it to one of the same style as a guide to what goes where

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To do it right you will need several things. Go to Autozone.com and register your vehicle to get a free wiring diagram and fusebox diagram.

This will help you wire the Fog lights. Here is how you plan this. You will need a light Relay to go inline between the lights and the Power supply. Get a Relay which needs a trigger wire to activate and fuse the power line going to the Relay.

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Then you need to pass the trigger wire through the Firewall(Cabin) in a manner that will not chaff the wire. This wire should be fused too! You can try to use an unused position in the Fusebox or inline fuse.

The power for this trigger wire should be controlled by the Ignition switch

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Wiring it in this sequence will prevent you from leaving the Fog lights burning without having the Ignition switch in the RUN position. Doing it this way will also let you leave the Fog lights switched ON between uses so you need not bother to turn the Fog lights off/on each time you get in your car.

Each power wire is protected by a fuse so if something shorts on one side of the Relay, the other end of the Relay may be unharmed.

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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 )
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- 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.
4.Check the vacuum lines from the solenoids to the vacuum reservoir box behind the battery.
5.Check the vacuum reservoir box for cracks.
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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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- If the front drive shaft turns:
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