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Are there any sensors for your 4 wheel drive on the tranny that stop it from engaging?


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2015-07-15 21:50:23
2015-07-15 21:50:23

It all depends on the year, and make of the vehicle, anything 1995 or newer can be reset by simply disconnecting the battery for about 15 minutes, if that does not work on chevys there is an inexpensive sensor that can be replaced located behind the kick panel of the passenger side. But I don't know of a universal fix all.

What kind of vehicle do you have, motor size etc.

It does depend on the vehicle but I am having the same problem with my '92 chev K1500 and have been told that there is a switch on the transfer case that activates an actuator on the front differential it may be one of those things or both

If it is an older style truck it is probably the cylanoid. that's what mine was anyways


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