Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
I had a similar problem. turned out it WAS the transfer case... BUT the failure in the transfer case effected the vacuume system. ended up buying a bunch of parts I didnt need etc. problem was most apperent due to a preceeding whirr sound that got louder as the brakes where applied (the vacuume actuator was partially engaging due to the vacuume problem) when I disconnected the vacuume lines from the transfer case found for some reason a lot of Tfluid had been pumped into the line itsself (not the vent but the vac for some reason) might check these things out... hope it helps
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
There is an actuator under the hood that is vacuum run and engages the front axle check both the vacuum actuator under the hood and the engagment piece on front axle.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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