Question about 1986 Chevrolet K1500
I've changed the actuator in the front differential to the new one that has a built in motor. I have also changed the wirig from the actuator to the transfer case and the ball detent switch in the transfer case. Still have no 4 wheel drive. Winter is on it's way. Please help!!
Fheck for a blown fuse under the dash in the 4wd slot of blown replace if not make sure you have 12 volts on the fuse and at the acuator with switch on you can take the acuator outto see if it is working.Switch on, enguage T-case this is easer with two people yoou can watch the acuator open and close with the operation of the T-case if it is opeerating correctly and the drive shaft is turning then chances are the problem may likely be in the front diff
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