I installed a transfer from old case to virgo 811. the side fan and temp not working, hd light is continuously on (front panel pins possibly not plugged in correctly) HELP!!! it has a thermister double wire ,,, where does this get connected???????????????????
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1999 Blazer. Thing's to check. 4x4 problem. There's an actuator pump under your battery plate. Make sure its in good shape and its working proper. Next check the cable that runs from the pump to the front transfer case. Then check the actuator switch on the front transfer case. Then check the vacuum lines from the front transfer case to the rear transfer case, that should be right under the drivers side door. There's also a actuator switch on the rear transfer case witch two vacuum lines run out of. Check them also, and last check your fluid level in your transfer case. Start from the beginning to the end. Don't forget to use your 4x4 every know and then to keep it up to power. Its not like the good old days. Where a pull of the lever on the floor engaged the 4x4. I hope this helps.
The round object is the compressor. Is it running continuously, or is it clicking on and off every 2 or 3 minutes? There also should be a fan beside compressor. Is it running? Also check Fan in freezer to see if it is running. Is there any frost build up on inside back freezer wall? If fans are working and compressor is running continuously and there is no frost buildup in freezer, then you most likely have a sealed system problem meaning its low on freon or there is a blockage in system.
Yes, if bulb was low price and was installed in old lamp casing then it is bulb that is not good and creating too much heat that exhaust fan can't throw out to make projector cool enough so temp sensor activates and send over heat signal to system control chip thus projector shuts down. Please install original lamp that comes with casing to solve this issue. If lamp was original then check exhaust fan that might be running slowly due to stiffness in bearing so temp sensor finds over temp in projector. Hope these info will help you. Thanks.
When the fans are running the compressor should also be running. If the compressor is hot but not running you have a compressor problem. If the compressor is running check for frost on back wall of the freezer compartment which would indicate a defrost system problem. At five years old have you cleaned the condenser where the heat is transferred to the outside air in the room?
You need to remove the skid plate/crossmember (6 3/4 bolts at the frame and 3 nuts at the trans mount.). Support the trans first with a jack and a block of wood before removing. Remove the rear drive shaft from the differential and pull it out of the transfer case. Unbolt the front shaft from the transfer case only and wire to the side with a coat hanger.Disconnect the vacuum connector from the top and the speedo cable. Unbolt the shifter and bracket (tricky operation). unbolt the transfer case from the trans and pry it rearward with a floor jack under it. Reverse operation to install. The 87 used a different case than the 231 from the factory but the 231 will work. You may have a concern with the length of the shift linkage. If you do anyone with a welder can extend it for you. Good luck hope this helps.