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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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In AWD you are free to run on all surfaces dry or otherwise. In 4x4 high or low ensure there is limited traction to allow slippage of the tires. If you run 4x4 high or low on dry pavement you may damage your driveline. AWD is great for mixed driving conditions but unlike the larger GMC vehicles with this option, the Envoy and TB are somewhat noisy and allow more slippage of the rear wheels before engaging the front resulting in a clunk at times.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
SOURCE: i have a 2004 envoy
Check fuse #48 in the rear fuse panel first. If fuse is good, you may have a bad selector switch or the TCCM (Transfer Case Control Module) has gone bad. A technician with a high end scan tool can diagnose the system.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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