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I have a1996 Jimmy and I had the same problem, It turned out to be a vacuum hose had come loose from the actuator that engages the front axle. The actuator is located under the battery tray. You will have to remove the battery and the tray to gain access to it. You could also have loose or bad vacuum hoses at the top rear of the engine. Be sure to check all of them.
I had the same problem and would "temporarily" fix it by opening the front plastic cover (remove the 4 screws) and CAREFULLY remove the front - sometimes all the plastic gears will fly off but you can get them back because they only fit one way. Once the gears are off, you can reset the tray back to its fill position. Fit the gears back into place. Replace the front cover and it worked like a champ for a couple of weeks when I'd have to do it all over again. I finally got tired of it and ordered a new unit through ebay. Easy to replace BUT now the water won't come on to fill the tray!!!! UGH Hope this helps
Check under the front wheels for plastic inner wheel arches that have come loose and rubbing on the tyers also the under tray under the bottom of the engine may be also loose and rubbing on the road.hope this helps
You possiblely have something loose in the tray or something broke. Find something metal and thin, like a hack saw blade, and stick it through the slot between the drawer and printer and see if you can feel the obstruction, and if so try to move it out of the way. Something is catching on the printer frame and drawer.
Is it cutting off on all of the paper trays on the same side of the page? Lead edge or Trail or front to back side of the copier? You can adjust the front to back in the paper tray and the lead and trail are adjusted in service mode. Do the amout of the cutting off change at all? You may have a reg. clutch problem. Also you can adjust the X & Y amouts in service mode as well.... It could just be as easy as making sure the paper tray guide's are tight against the paper in the trays...