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How do you repair the plunger on the front axle of a 1986 S-10 Blazer when it will not pull out and engage the front axles?


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2010-12-20 05:09:57
2010-12-20 05:09:57

Check for power at the plunger wires while someone is putting the truck in 4wd. If there is power there, your plunger is bad and needs replaced. The stock ones are usually a mercury expander. Aftermarket ones are usually electric, and the aftermarket electric ones are more dependable. To remove and replace, you just thread it out and thread the new one back in.

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