Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
There is a solenoid mounted near the top of the transmission inder the truck. This solenoid is known to fail, I had one go and I know others who have as well. This solenoid activates an actuator up front, usually under the battery, that pulls a cable that in turn engages the front diff. If you have a vacuum line off, it will do the same.
Check vacuum lines, check the solenoid, be sure the actuator is pulling, if you have a pushbutton 4x4 switch, those button assemblies are also known to fail. I'm betting on your solenoid.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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