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Blowing 4x4 Fuse, when put into 4 wheel drive

Blowing Fuse, when put into 4 wheel drive. 1993 GMC Sierra

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You may have a bad frt diff seliniod, try unpluging seleniod and putting into 4wd, if fuse doesnt blow then you know its the seleniod.also take a look at the wiring at the transfer case for any chafed wires,some of these trucks use vaccum also to operate 4wd check the vacuum switches for shorts,ive enclosed a wiring diagram to help you ,hope this helps ,good luck.Blowing 4x4 Fuse, when put into 4 wheel drive - 04178a0.gif

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