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While driving blazer will slip from 2wd to 4wd.

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I have seen bad control switches in the dash cause this

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What is wrong with my 2000 chevy blazer ; it is a 4wd automatic an i locked it in 4wd low to pull my boat out of the water and can not get it to shift back i to 2wd?


You shouldn't have to use 4wd to tow a boat out of the water. Does your truck have a 2wd button or just the 4high and 4low button? If you have a 2wd button, put tranny in neutral and then hit the 2wd button. If you just have the 4high and 4low button, put the tranny into neutral then press the 4high button twice (Once to get back into 4high, then again to get out of 4high and back to 2wd).

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I have a 1996 chevy blazer and dont know how to disengage from four wheel drive to two wheel drive?


As I recall the 96 blazer had electronic shifting for 2wd to 4wd. There should be a small panel on the drivers dash buttons for 2wd, 4wd lo and 4wd hi.

Simply press the desired button while stationary and if the system is functioning properly then it will shift and the light for the engaged type of drive will be lighted. Generally you would like to be in 2wd for this vehicle.

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Should always use 2WD on dry pavement

In snow or mud, 4WD H

4WD L is for pulling power at very low speed

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It is because of the hub assembly on the front axle will be much different on a 4wd. It will require a different offset and backspacing than on a 2wd.

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You have to stop the truck and put it in natural. It should go into 2 wheel drive then. If you have lock outs make sure that they are unlocked.

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Push button 4WD has no neutral option. It is either in 2wd, 4hi, or 4low.

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