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Installing Transmission and trasfer case. On A 1995 gmc Jimmy need to know were 2 long Support bars connect

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They go from the bell housing to the transfercase.The one with the 2 holes on one end goes on the driverside.The end with the long spacer goes on the bottom bolt hole on the bell housing and the other end mounts to the transfer case right above the big electrical connector with the bolt in it.The other brace goes on the passengerside with the long spacer bolt hole on the bottom bellhousing bolt and the flat end with one bolt hole goes on the side of the transfercase.

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no not normal. check center of firewall the is a switch with 3 vacuum line CHECK THEM ALL this is your 4wd selector. if thats okay you might need the switch on the front trasfer case about $20 just unscrews easy fix.

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I just bought a 95 gmc jimmy 4.3 vortec with 4wd and underneather on the frontend differential there is a bar sticking out that is welded to stay out and my jimmy will not go into 4wd at all why and how do...


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Does a 1995 gmc jimmy 4x4 have a vacuum line that runs to the transmission?


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For the 4.3L (6Cyl)
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1-6-5-4-3-2

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| 6 |---------| 5 |
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