I believe this option was first introduced in the 1996 models. They stopped offering it as an option on the 2000 and up models.
I got one on Ebay.com
what type of gear oil to use in 2003 chevy tahoe 4wd
Nope it is 4WD you can change the settings to 4WD & 2WD
that's a stupid question, auto 4wd hubs have no place to put the locks that engage the 4wd, that's why its called auto 4wd, so u don't have to get out of ur car and lock them in
look in a repair manual for the location should be on the driver side in the tailshaft of a 2wd and in the t-case of a 4wd
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.
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.
You don't. The car will engage 4WD automatically when needed. Improve Answer: The car will NOT engage 4WD automatically when needed. You need to manual engage 4WD by yourself. Please read your Honda Pilot manual.
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.
There are a number of things that you can have done wrong. Get a manual on your car from the parts store and it will tell you how it is supposed to work.
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.
The vacuum modulator on a 1989 Chevy K-1500 4wd 5.7 is underneath the transmission. It can be reached from under the car.
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
I am not sure what you are asking in this question but many vehicles were produced around that year with vacuum operated 4wd actuators. All of them have been changed to electric or manual because of the problems they have. If you have a bad one just purchase the correct size new hose from an auto parts store and replace any that are old or cracked, The lines will run from the front hubs to an actuator nearby. My suggestion would be to buy the replacement manual locking, or an electric kit, the favorite being the manual. It is much better to have to get out and lock your hubs than to have no 4wd at all when you need it, 4wd vehicles are meant to go offroad, through snow and water which are both enemies to the electric components, and to the seals and hoses of a vacuum operated unit.
No it is not.
Need to know what the question is.
It was available either way.
yes but you would have to replace drive shafts. The 4x4 shaft is shorter due to the transfer case.