Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
There are 2 actuators, one controls the transfer case, the other controls the front axel. If you have an assistant, you can tell which one isn't doing it's job by looking from the outside under the truck and see if the front drive shaft is turning when the truck moves. If it does then it's the axel actuator which is located on the right side of the housing, if it doesn't turn, it's the transfer case that's the problem. (If that's the case, then be sure of the problem as it could be number of things associtated with this system and can be very costly guessing). The best way to find out why the transfer case isn't engaging is with a good scanner and read the system's controller.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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