It looks like a small starter under car on passenger side. The indicator light doesnt come on and it wont go into 4wd. If you wish to shift into four wheel low. I tried pulling the 2 and 24 fuses t-case and 4x4 today while the truck was running for about 20 minutes to see if there were codes that needed to be cleared in the control unit, but when I replaced the fuses and tried again same issue. I purchased a 97 Silverado Ext Cab last Spring for my daughter. I crawled under the truck today to take a peek at things and here is what I found, maybe someone can expand on this information. I replaced them thinking that it wouldn't fix the problem, but lo and behold, it did.
I googled it at lunchtime and came up with a pretty interesting link. If your can hear it then it's macanical and a Quick fix. I had the wiring all gone through found that a mouse had made a nest in there I have had 4x4 intermittently, but my current issue is as follows: I had it working well for a couple weeks and It currently wont engage when I push the 4hi button, the 2hi button stays lit and the 4hi button blinks 5-6 times and then goes off while the 2hi button remains solid the entire time I have been searching this forum all day trying to find a similar issue someone has had with no luck. Repair the circuit if necessary. It is located on the side of the transfer case on the drivers side. Remove actuator and manually engage shifting collar with a screwdriver still does not turn then inner axle is twisted. Here are the 2 things I found that people said about similar problems.
I have been trying to find out why my 4x4 is not working for weeks. It was hard to find. The solenoid receives ignition voltage through circuit 1020. After this jolt, the 2-wheel drive is engaged. I didn't have any luck locating the tutorial but the Amazon link for the actuator is still valid. Remove the vaccum line that goes to it, connect the battery or jumper cables so that you can start the engine.
Probably the only time I'll ever have to replace it. Reply It sounds like the Transfer Case needs service badly. There common to go bad and there not the bad of a price at the Auto Zone. No I live in the mountains and need it to work. If that works and you don't see any open hoses then remove the battery and battery tray.
Anyway, the other day, I tried using my 4 wheel drive and I heard the shafts engage but there was no 4x4 at all. I had the same problem once and that was it. Refer to Automatic Transmission Inline Harness Connector End View. Check for any cracks on the vacuume line first then get your hands dirty. If you wish to shift into four wheel low. If there is no vacuum at that line then the switch at the transfer is bad and isn't sending vacuum to the actuator.
You have an older truck and the condition of the transfer case, front diff, and hubs could be questionable. Thank you for any information. Has the test run and passed? I have a 97 blazar 4. On top of the transfercase on the driver's side, your going to find three vacuume tube connected to a cauume switch that may have gone bad. I've checked both the No. My 98 Blazer has just started having problems switching from 4-wheel hi to 2-wheel drive while driving.
Anyone can make a piece of steel linkage! Feb 21, 2015 There are 2 models here the push button will flash if the system is not engaging or disengaging properly. If I were you, I would buy a new heated actuator. Check the vacuum lines on the driverside firewall. Dec 31, 2008 There is an electric motor that engages drive. Sorry this is my first post here but I have to get it out of the way. Can you give me any suggestions as to what I should try next? On top of the transfercase on the driver's side, your going to find three vacuume tube connected to a cauume switch that may have gone bad.
And be careful in four wheel low. Yet the forks inside the Transfer Case were badly worn and were allowing my gears to float. Just make sure wheels are nearly dead straight and you are not slipping. Jan 05, 2010 Your blazer is equipped with a shift on the fly four wheel drive. Fresh fluids are not protection from overstresing your vehicle. If it does not have 12 volts, check the transfer case switch and the power feed to the transfer case. Refer to General Electrical Diagnosis Procedures in Wiring Systems.