Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
I HAVE A 97' OLDS BRAVADA. I NOTICE THERE IS A LOUD CLICKING SOUND COMING FROM THE FRONT AXLE. (FULL TIME FOUR WHEEL DRIVE). I NOTICED THERE'S A BROKEN VACUUM HOES. COULD THIS BE MY PROBLEM?
Posted on May 13, 2011
Its a vacuum opperated system. There is a vacuum line on the transmission but ufrortantly the transmission will not work correctly with this disconnected. That controls what is called an actuator its a vacuum moter its located under the battery tray and this pulls on the cable that makes it shift in and out of 4 wheel drive.Try disconnecting the cable at the actuator and pulling back away from the engine this may pull part # 9 the carrier conector out of the out put shaft part # 23 and disengage the 4 wheel so you can drive in 2 wheel with no side affects although you would have to replace # 9 or # 23 or bolth to make the 4 wheel work again but then again if you do this it may workthe gears just got bound up and it might work but i wouldn't push my luck with it until it was apart and could inspect the parts.
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