Change the tail shaft of the tranismission from a 4WD tail shaft to a 2WD tail shaft and use a 2WD tail housing.... The 4WD transmissions has shorter tail shafts and tail hounsing, while the 2WD has a longer tail shaft and tail hounsing.
No. The 2wd and 4wd trans cases are compleatly different.
1997 2 wd and 4wd both use the same size wheels. later models and bigger pickups have different sizes no 4wd use 17" and 2 wd use 16"
Same year, same 2wd or 4wd, then yes
All three major NASCAR Series use rear-wheel drive setups.
Yes.If you took a RWD truck and turned it into a 4WD, it would consume more gas from the added weight as well as the added friction from the extra parts.
It is listed on the driver's door post. Chevrolet equips your vehicle with more than one possible size during production. If it is 2WD and equipped with 14" wheels use: 195/75-14 If it is 2WD and equipped with 15" wheels use: 215/65-15 If it is 4WD use: 205/75-15 Some 4WD also came with 235/75-15
Yes. In general. Though driving 55 mph on the highway with 4WD will use less than driving 75 mph on 2WD.
Yes you will need to strip it to the block and use all the 97 sensors and parts tho
Full time 4wd will use more fuel than 2wd.
The th400 is a much stronger transmission meant for heavy duty use while the th350 is meant for normal use.
2002 Jeep Liberty 2WD Standard can be towed in neutral. 2002 Jeep Liberty 2WD Automatic cannot be towed. 2002 Jeep Liberty 4WD Standard & Automatic can be towed by placing transfer case in neutral and removing a fuse from the fuse block (ignition fuse). The 2WD Automatic must have the driveshaft disconnected or you must use a tow dolly or car trailer.
Yes you can.
Nothing, really. The 4wd indicator light may or may not light up, but in a 2wd truck, it has no function. It's just a part of the "mass production" manufacturing process. 2wd and 4wd trucks use most of the same parts, especially their bodies and chassis, so, in many cases, the manufacturer uses a single part (in this case, a dash panel) which will be functional in either model of truck. This way, they can save costs by just having one particular part to manufacture and store, and they can have just one assembly line for truck bodies instead of two. This also allows manufacturers to more easily and cheaply react to consumer demand.
Yes, they both use the 4L60E transmission. However, it won't work if you're putting a transmission from a 2WD vehicle onto a 4WD drive vehicle or vice versa.
well first you need to determine if it's actually 4wd. if it is there are 2 things: there might be 4x4 buttons on the dash or you may have a stick shifter to do that. whatever the case, 4wd high is the best one to use. now, how to get there - if you have 3 buttons that say 2HI, 4HI, or 4LO then just press the 4HI or 4LO button, whatever you prefer. almost the same with the shifter, but with the shifter you need to stop the blazer completely and shift from 2wd to the 4wd gear of your choice.
4HI if you have to. 4LO should only be for very bad conditions where you could be stuck. If you can get by using only 2wd then do that. The least you use the 4WD the better, but it sure is very helpful when you need it.
According to my Haynes repair manual - 2.7 quarts ( U.S. ) for the 2WD and 3.0 quarts for the 4WD - but use your dipstick to actually determine your level
A TH350 can be used in a 91 Caprice with a 5.0 or a 5.7 engine. A 91 Caprice came with a 700R4 transmission in almost all cases. That being said, you must use a TH350 with a 9" tail shaft. These were available in 2wd Chevy trucks up to 86. They were also available in 72 to 76 Impala and Caprice. You will need to modify your cross member transmission mount location. You will need to use the shift linkage arm from the 700R4. Most importantly, your speedometer will no longer work. The 700R4 transmissions from this era use a magneto and exciter ring. The TH350 only ever used drive and driven gears with a cable. In addition, the 9" tail shaft TH350 only had provisions for a small driven gear so you can't even install the magneto into the tail shaft. One final thing: Make sure you use the correct torque converter. The one from the 700R4 will not work.
If dry use 2W, if snow on the road 4W. However, remember that most accidents with 4W drive vehicles are caused by drivers who thing nothing can happen because they have a 4w drive. Big, mistake!
what type of gear oil to use in 2003 chevy tahoe 4wd
No you cant,, find dually spacers off the front axle from a Dodge dually from i think 94-98 bolt those on the front axle of your Chevy,, or find Chevy hubs
yes as long as it has the correct stall that you need and its not from a 350C lock up.
First generation Toyota Tundra and Sequioa rims, ALL Toyota 4Runners (all years, models, trims, and drive trains), ALL Toyota Land Cruiser rims (all years), ALL years Toyota Pickup (NOTE: 4WD MODELS ONLY), and ALL years Toyota Tacomas (NOTE: 4WD MODELS ONLY) Basically any Toyota 6 Lugnut rim will fit, that is if it's a 4wd truck. I dunno much about the 2wd rims and what all fits. Anyways, hope this helps :)