it goes from the intake, splits out of a tee and goes to the HVAC cluster in the vehicle, goes down to the switch on the T case, form there one comes up the firewall to a vent and the other goes to the 4wd servo which is under the battery tray. if when you put it in 4 wheel drive the front end lights up on the panel down at the shifter its either the T case or the front diff and if 4 lo makes it go slow as hell like normal its the front diff
The vacuum modulator on a 1989 Chevy K-1500 4wd 5.7 is underneath the transmission. It can be reached from under the car.
look under the battery tray
Up front, under the power steering pump, not easy to get to.
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Nope it is 4WD you can change the settings to 4WD & 2WD
The 4wd in the 1999 Chevy blazer is electronic, you just have to push the button. If you have pushed the button and it doesn't engage, it might be a vacuum line. The lines are made of rubber and over time they melt. It costs about $25 for a new metal line. Also, the 4wd is under the battery. If you take the battery out, you might notice that a line got disconnected accidentally.
It is electric and vacuum operated. Be sure all electrical connections are good and all vacuum lines are good. It is not unusual to find damaged vacuum lines.
YES IT CAN BE DONE BUT YOU HAVE TO HAVE A ETHER A 4WD BLAZER OR S10 THE FRAME IS 2 PEICES WELDED TO GATHER THERE ARE 2 DIFFIRNT FRONT FRAME HALFS 4WD AND 2WD JUST SAPARATE THE TO HALFS AND PUT THE 4WD HALF ON YOUR FRAME AND THEN SWITCH THE REAR END FROM THE 4WD TO THE 2WD AND YOU HAVE A 4WD
It is under the battery rack. Remove the battery and there are three bolts in the engine bay and one in the fender well.
We call it a horse dong, but to a partsman it would be a 4wd actuator and it is located in the front pumkin. There is a upgrade kit that can be purchased that will make it a manual engage and is generally cheaper than buying the actuator.
Astro 4WD Base: 29.370$ Astro 4WD LS: 31.895$ Astro 4WD LT: 34.600$
No. The 2wd and 4wd trans cases are compleatly different.
Depends on many factors you do not list. Mileage, condition, 2WD, 4WD, where you live, etc. Go to www.nada.com for a price.
Chevy did have a 4 cylinder in the S-10 but just like Ford does not offer 4WD with the 4 cylinder, Chevy may do the same. A search of "Chevy S-10 Specs" on Google will provide an answer.
yes it has one11
On the 1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 4WD, the speed sensor is part of a module. It is located next to the transmission housing.
I believe that is the vacuum to engage the front axle when in 4 wheel drive.
The dashboard switch to the lower right side of the stearing column. If it's not there then you do not have 4WD.
Depends if it has the auto 4wd feature
No it is not.
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