Question about 1995 GMC Jimmy
I bought a motor had a mechanic put it in, he says their is no starter wire, that all wires have been cut, I have been jacked by my mechanic, their are alot of other issues, Their are wires hanging loose all over and around from the motor, not plugged in, sensors broke and parts missing.. He wanted to use a push button start, I am not comfortable with that, I am able to trace most of the sensors back, replace the broken ones, but I am afraid of what else may have been done. You can turn the iginition but it will not engage. You can run a hot wire from the starter to the solenoid, and it tries to crank. Any one have any suggestions, where this wire may be.
Also how do I tell which fuel injection I have its a 4.3 vortec v6, came out of a chevy blazer 4x4.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i think if you checked the sparking plugs and map sensors then check your distributer its maybe not delivering the current nedded to perform the spark to some of the cylinders
Posted on May 30, 2009
This is something you can do yourself if you have ever worked on a vehicle before. The part you need is called a front drive actuator valve. It costs about $ 50.00, GM part # 15165891.
Here is some more infor about it:
Main 4wd Components:
TCCM - Transfer Case Control Module - Located behind the glove box. This is the electronic 'brains' behind the shifting.
Switch - The push button switch in the dash - driver input/indicator.
Encoder Motor - Located on the transfer case - This is what actually shifts the transfer case, and tells the TCCM what position it is in.
Vacuum Switch - Also located on the transfer case - This is what sends vacuum to the vacuum actuator (see below) when the transfer care is in 4HI or 4LO.
Vacuum Actuator - Located under the battery tray - This is what engages or disengages the front driveshaft.
Front Axle Switch - Located on the front axle - This is what tells the TCCM when the front axle is engaged.
If you want to try and replace it yourself, please let me know how it goes.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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