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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi ..i had the same same problem in my k3500,check 4x4 fuse first .if thats blown replace it if blows when you put in 4x4 go under the car and unplug the actuator at the front diff.go back in the cab and put another fuse in, shift into 4x4 if the fuse does not blow this time you will need a new actuator.
thats what happened with mine and now 4x4 is sweet.i thought mine worked to at the start until i got bogged and noticed my front wheels wernt turning.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
My 2004 grand am di the same thing. The shop didn't know the issue they said it was probably the sensor and there was no harm in driving it. A month later my car made this awful sound like it was dragging on the ground. I took it in and it turned out that the HUB bearing was the issue the whole time. $500 later it sounded new again and the ABS light never came on again.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
LEAN TROUBLE CODES (P0171 or P0174)
A code P0171 or P0174 indicate the engine is running lean. This means there is too much air and/or not enough fuel. You can confirm the engine is running lean by looking at Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) and Long Term Fuel Trim (LTFT). Normally, STFT and LTFT should be plus or minus 8 from zero. If STFT and/or LTFT are more than about +10 or higher, it indicates the engine is running LEAN. Negative numbers (-10 or more) indicates the engine is running RICH.
A lean fuel condition can be caused by:
* Low fuel pressure due to a weak pump or leaky fuel pressure regulator. (use a fuel pressure gauge to check fuel pressure at idle)
* Dirty fuel injectors. (try cleaning the injectors)
* Vacuum leaks at the intake manifold, vacuum hose connections or throttle body. (Use a vacuum gauge to check for low intake vacuum)
* Leaky EGR valve. (Check operation of EGR valve)
* Leaky PCV Valve or hose. (Check valve and hose connections)
* Dirty or defective Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF). (Try cleaning the MAF sensor wires or filament with aerosol electronics cleaner. Do NOT use anything else to clean the sensor, and do not touch the sensor wires)
______________________________-- Causes A code P0171 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Testimonial: "great info. Thanks a million."
does that have a third brake light ( one on back of cab) if that one don't work then it more than likely brake light switch (on brake pedal) or fuse.
if that one works but other ones dont more than likely bad ground
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Sounds like your vehicle speed sensor is bad. The VSS gives your electronic engine control information necessary to control your transmission and ABS for the rear brakes as well as your speedometer. You should have a fault code but I would try that if I was you. Just my 2 cents worth. Hope that helps
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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