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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem, and it turned out the coil pack was moulding inside wich stopped the spark all together, i ended up changing my coil pack and putting on new wires because the ends connected to the coil were very corroded and that cures the not running part just fine
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Having the same exact problem but with my 1999 escalade. Thought it was the actuator bought a new one installed it transfer case would engage but front end wouldnt lock. Took it out of housing left it plugged in got a friend to go through all the 4wd for me and the plunger never moved out the actuator. Checked my wiring harness which is a four prong ann it had one hot prong like it is suppose to. Traced wires even replaced dash switch same problem. Taking it to local dealership tom to have it checked for codes. I was told it could be the transfercase actuator even though its workin that actuator is what sends power to the front to engage the actuator to lock the differential.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
You will have to remove the rear end plate off of the back of the rear end. Then turn the carrier untill you see a big silver pin that goes through the spider gears. Those will be 4 small gears in the rear end carrier. If you look at the right side of the carrier were the pin goes through it you will see a small bolt head, That bolt goes through the carrier and holds the pin in place. Remove that bolt then reach up in the rear end housing and push the pin towards you untill it comes out. ( DO NOT TURN ANYTHING AFTER YOU REMOVE THE PIN) are the spider gears will fall out.
Now get someone to push the axel in while you are looking at the 4 small gears in the housing, when they push the axel in a C-clip will fall off the end of the axel and into the rear end, You will see it fall out. Then just pull the axel out.
When you put the axel back in, push it all the way in then slide the c-clip over the end of the axel and then pull out on axel and that will hold the clip in place untill you put the big long pin back in the carrier. I hope you understand, just watch what you are doing. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Typically, Chevy rear ends either have a bearing bolt plate or else it is a "c" lock axel. With the c lock style, you have to pull teh center inpsection cover off, and remove the pin that holds the IDLEing spyder gears.
The spyder gears are inside the carrier assembly. once the idler shaft is removed, you press the axle IN, towards the center of the vehicle, and then look in the area where the idler shaft was removed. You will see the C clip and the notch in the end of the axle.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
There is a place at the rear, into which you put the jack handle, then turn counter clockwise and a cable releases the tire.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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