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4x4 went out

It was working just fine then just shut off. now it will not turn back on. heard it could be the fuse. so where is the fuse or does it sound like something else?

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Buzkill is correct, there are new style (98 or 99) electric actuators out from GM and you can convert yours over, easy instructions in GM kit. Be sur to double chk fuse, if it shorted out may have popped fuse, either way it has to be rplaced.

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My 95 Tahoe 4WD went out. I was the front axle engaging piston located on the front differential. The front driveshaft has power but shifting into 4WD causes the front differential to engage the two front wheels. You can remove it but leave it wired and see if it moves. I'm suspecting yours may be similar. If that's the problem less than $100 to replace yourself.

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