Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
It could be a few things . The 4x4 is vacuum opperated it could be the actuator under the battery tray or a vacuum leak someware between the transmission switch and the actuator or a faulty transmission switch or ever a simple adjustment to the shift mechinisem depending on if you have the manual or electroinc shift set up or an adjustment at the front carrier cable . Its kind of hard to say with out seeing it but its vary likely one of these things good luck with it . If you have more questions fell free to ask
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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