Similar problem with my 2002 Kia Sportage. Lever engages, dash light indicates 4WD but truck still in 2WD. Dealer checked out, told me "solenoid valve frozen" and needs replacement. .
Check the fuses. After that, check the plug-ins down below on the transfer case.
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Check the fuses
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Make sure you lock the hubs if your vehicle has locking hubs. However, it sounds like a fuse, check your fuses. Kev.
check the fuses.
First, the clutch won't engage if the refrigerant level is low. Start there. Next, check the sensor at the receiver/dryer.
I have found them myself ... my car is a right-hand drive car and the fuses are on the left-hand side, under the dashboard with a protective panel that opens down (protects the fuses from your feet etc)
This could be because you have a leak in you A/C system causing a loss of freon. When there is not enough freon in your system the A/C compressor will not engage, it will harm the compressor.
Yes it depends what kind of vehicle you drive as to where the fuse is located.
check the thermostat that runs the fan.
try the starter relay.
Dont jump them, its not a switch, its a transducer and you could wreck your pcm by jumping the wrong one. Run a power wire directly to your compressor to get the clutch to engage. If it doent engage then, it is your clutch. Remember to first check refridgerant level and fuses/relays. Good luck.
Probably low on freon. Jump the low pressure connector.
check inertia switch and reset if needed if that doesnt fix it check fuses and relays and if they are ok get a new pump
Its beside the fuses on the on the passenger side of a right hand drive car.
Depending on the year and make , the 4wd fuse is located were all your fuses are,
Refer to owners manual. If not should be located under the hood in a black box drives side fender . The lid has a release and the main fuses are in there. Turn the lid over a map of the fuses is there
Answer below is applicable for japanese/right hand drive models but may also apply to left hand drive. There are 3 places where you can find fuses. Engine fuses sit at the front of the engine bay on the passenger side. Interior/lighting/general fuses are located in the drivers side kick panel. Fusible links can be found at the rear of the engine bay on the drivers side.
Yamaha Ultramatic Kodiak 400 Quad is not engaging gear changes so what may be the probable causes? The 4x4 engagement button works. All fuses check are good. Does the 4x4 engagement unit need to changed out?
It's either low on charge, has bad wiring, needs a new pressure switch or needs a new clutch.
The fuses are behind the small recess in the dashboard below and right of the steering wheel in right hand drive 55S. Remove the two crosshead screws at the top to remove this and reveal the fuses.
I have taken the buick in for repair- but it always works and does not fuses. WHen i drive it for a few days it will blow a fuse - always the same one - and will not start for an hour or more. I will change the fuse and then it may or may not start.
The difference between MDL fuses and ADL fuses are that MDL fuses are a slow blow fuse with a long time lag. ADL fuses on the other hand, are normal blow fuses with a medium time lag.
check all A/C electrical connections, like the connector at the compressor.. make sure the compressor is trying to engage, should be an audible click when switched on, check fuses, also check pressure switch on coolant line.. it has a electrical connector on it also, and if coolant is low it will not let the compressor engage.