Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
There should be a "stack" of buttons to the left of the sterring column on the instrument panel. They should be labeled something like 2H, 4H, 4L, and another for full time AWD. You need to push the desired button for the mode you are looking for. If you are in the full time mode the truck will operate in 2WD until it senses slipping and then will automatically distribute power to all 4 wheels. Some trucks, such as LS models, are not equipped with the full time mode so you'd need to push the 2H button to come out of 4WD.
I can't remember the exact insignia ont he buttons because my Tahoe is not here for me to look at. But you should notice the buttons right away. The GM's of that year did not use a lever to go to 4WD it was all push button.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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