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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The suspension levelors are vaucumn controlled, look for a leak in the vacumn lines and the levelors, sometimes to ease up your search you may use a spray solution of soapy water while the system is engaged to try to pin point the source of the leak.
Kinked, twisted, pinched or broken vacumn hoses are a straight forward sure sign of the problem repair/replace the defect and recheck your work to be sure it is repaired properly after the fix.
Posted on May 20, 2010
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These are side products of the all wheel drive system, incombo with the locking rear dfferentials.
You'll find the auto-lockers will tend to do that following a tight turn, particularly when you're doing it quickly.
The thud is similar in nature; it's just the All wheel system trying to figure out where to put the power.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Hi. the air filter is in a cylindrical looking device that is connected to the intake throttle body, via plastic flex hose. it runs horizontal. you will have to un clip the plastic housing and extract the filter. i will post a picture below.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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