when i try to engage the wheel wheel drive it grinds i have my truck in neutral what could be the problem what am i doing wrong
Put the vehicle into 4WD? It should move on the basis of the traction of the front wheels. The rear wheels should simply free-wheel. Am I wrong?
Check the fuses
well your u-joint is mostly just old and needs to be replaced. o you have something wrong with your 4 wheel drive. if something is wrong with your 4 wheel drive i would take it to a pro that knows what hes doing
Jus a BIT more specific, please...
Wrong starter, wrong fly-wheel, Bad starter drive, worn fly-wheel. Starter may need to be shimed.
There is something wrong with your wheels or steering. You car is NOT safe to drive.
Yes! If both hands are on the wheel, nothing is wrong.
No! a 1987 cutlass is rear wheel drive, the van is front wheel drive....wrong offset.
yes . find donor vehicle at junk yard; unless you have plenty of money and time. ===alternate answer=== It depends, with some vehicles there are many differences between the two wheel drive and 4 wheel drive versions, sometimes even different frames are used! I saw this question asked and answered in many off road magazines and mechanic advice columns. Every time that I can think of, the advice was it would be better to sell the 2 wheel drive vehile and buy an equivalent four wheel drive. The successful conversions I have seen in some magazines and on the street were when someone bought a running 4 wheel drive vehicle, or at least a running 4 wheel drive chassis like a vehicle that had rolled over and trashed its body, and transplant the body of the 2 wheel drive onto the 4 wheel drive chassis, engine, and drivetrain. This is a HUGE undertaking and is advised against, there are so many ways it can go wrong.
Look for disconnect wire around your axle. Then check your fusle box in side your truck. Good luck
Whoever answered this question is WRONG. If you are talking a "single axle" (One steering axle and one drive axle with 2 tires on the steering axle and 4 on the drive axle) you do not need any special license