Why would a 97 S10 Blazer shift into four wheel drive low but will not shift into four wheel drive high?
possible bent shifting fork in the transfer case, possible electical issues. I'd suggest taking it to a reputable shop to have it checked out.
What would you look for on a 94 s10 blazer that wont shift into 4 wheel high but it will go into 4 wheel low?
check the 4 whell high actuator Read More
First check fuses then check a diaghram under the battery. Remove the tray and check the diaghram, It may have a rip in it. If that were the case, it would not shift to 4WD. The rubber gets brittle. Read More
You could remove the transfer case, front driveshaft, front diff and front axleshafts. Then you'll most likely have to swap the transmission for a 2 wheel drive version and find a 2 wheel drive rear driveshaft. You would basically need a 2 wheel drive Blazer with all its running gear in good shape so you could swap all the parts over. If you're not emotionally attached to your current 4wd Blazer, I recommend just selling… Read More
transmission is in but cant get linkage right. photo would help Read More
True 4 wheel drive has a dedicated low range gear. There are stick shift cars with full time all wheel drive that apply power to all 4 wheels all the time, just like a 4 wheel drive; however, they do not have the dedicated low range gear found on off road 4 wheel drive vehicles and are therefore less capable under those conditions. The average road driver though would not notice a performance difference between… Read More
First thing I would do is to trie puting it into drive or reverse to maybe it will kick in. If that doesnt work. You might have a bad 4 wheel drive selecter. Its a little black box on the side of the transfer case. Read More
This is caused most likely by the transmission is going bad. Need to repair asap Read More
It's almost always warped rotors. Read More
The best way would be to replace the damaged panel. Read More
we are trying to find regular factory wheels that fit the lug pattern off of a 1997 Chevy blazer s-10 2 wheel drive Read More
What would cause the 4 wheel drive to not engage on a 95 Chevy Blazer the module containing the 4x4 button was replaced the light does go on in 4 wheel hi 4?
the transfer case motor has to be replaced Read More
the drive motor under the blazer by the transfer case or check the brain box under the dash next to the glove compartment approx 250.00 for both items. Read More
What would cause the 4 wheel drive to turn on and stick when a 2000 Chevy Blazer is not in 4 wheel drive?
The transfer case could have been jammed, such as by shifting int 4WD while wheels were slipping. If a pin bends, it can stick the transfer case in 4WD permanently. Read More
The four wheel drive S10 with the 4.3L engine motor mounts are very hard to do even on a lift. It's not a job I would attempt at home in the driveway. The two wheel drive S10, 4.3L is easier. Read More
would the tierod cause the wheel to turn out Read More
What would cause my 84 Cherokee not to shift into 4 wheel drive Its got the select trak that uses a vacuum pump directly into the axle shaft?
Not usually, the four wheel drive is hooked up after the transmission. If you are having problems with your transfer case it will sound like the transmission because the transfer case is bolted to the back of the transmission. The four wheel drive operates independently from the transmission. If you have a bad transfer case that would cause locking in the drive line it could cause problems, but your vehicle is designed to use the… Read More
I would say front wheel drive Read More
That would be 2 wheel ABS system. Read More
It would be a front wheel drive car... the only 'car' from Honda that i know of that's rear wheel drive would be the s2000 and the NSX... a shame Read More
When you are in 4-wheel drive the front axle is locked so both wheeld drive regardless of traction available, if you drive in 4 wheel drive on dry pavement and try to turn, the wheels will still try to go the same speed and slip on the pavement causing a clunking sound. Read More
What would cause the 4 wheel drive to not engage on a 95 Chevy Blazer the module containing the 4x4 button was replaced however the light does not go on in 4 wheel hi 4 wheel?
4 wheel drive module located in the passenger side kick panel. Most likely condensation got in the plug. About 450.00 to replace it at a dealer! Checked on 7/27/07. Read More
Yes and no, you would need to have a two wheel drive rear drive shaft. Read More
I have a leak on my drive shaft left front 2000 cheve Blazer I would like to replace the whole unit Read More
pretty much you dont convert front wheel drive to rear wheel drive it would involve new engine, new transmission, new differential, new drive shaft etc just cost prohibitve and you would have to change suspension and a lot of engineering would be required just buy a rear wheel drive vehicle Read More
Basically, no. It would be much easier to just buy an all wheel drive car. Read More
your looken at oround 4 thousand to do so, your better off trading your blazer off and getting a 4 wheel drive. ALL u would have 2 do is buy a Transmission or extension housing A intermediate housing A Transfer Case A shifter assembly A complete Front Axle & front drive shaft A New or have another rear drive shaft made.a Vaccume switch & assembly if a NEW axle is used.New springs & mounts 4… Read More
No...it's all-time 4 wheel drive.You would have to disassemble the drive shaft ,which in turn would leave you with no 4 wheel drive at all. Read More
There is the posibility that the 4 wheel drive engagement device is bad. Thi is common from what I understand in 97. Its kind of a pain , but basically its n electric motor that costs about 300 which engages and disengages the 4 wheel drive. Another posibility is that the switch itself in the dash is bad, but from what I discussed with a local mechanic, the former is more common than the latter. Read More
1994 through 2004 should be interchangeable without no problems, some of the four wheel drive models are not. If you have locking hubs for your four wheel drive and the transmission on the other is not then you would have to convert it. Mine has the selector switches on the dash with the AWD option. As long as it is the same make you should have no problems. Read More
The distributor drive gear would be part of the camshaft. The camshaft would have to be replaced. Read More
Never! :) No seriously - why would you consider that? Just get a two wheel drive car! Read More
Yes but, it would be far less costly to just purchase a 4 wheel drive fourwheeler. Read More
It shouldn't... Perhaps the hubs are locked and not free You did not mention what kind of Jeep you have. That is important since that would tell us if your vehicle has a "shift on the fly" system or manual locking hubs. I believe you have a Cherokee. This vehicle had a 4 wheel drive system that allows you to shift into part time 4 wheel drive while you are moving forward at speed. Pulling… Read More
it would be much cheaper to buy a 4x4 Read More
Yes , that would be a rear wheel drive Ford F-250 Read More
If it has 4-wheel drive you would see controls on the dash to engage 2-wheel high, 4-wheel high or 4-wheel low. Read More
All true trucks are rear wheel drive or 4 wheel drive. Because of towing and payload needs trucks are rear wheel drive or 4wheel drive. If you have a heavy loadd in the back of the truck and it was front wheel drive you would not get any traction, the same as if you towing a load. Read More
The auto would bolt up, but not shift properly due to different internal sensors and controls. Read More
To pay someone to do this job would not be cost effective. Better to buy a rear wheel drive vehicle and sell the front wheel drive vehicle. Read More
No , why would you! Read More
no you would have to mod the ENTIRE chassis and suspension Read More
Not really possible. You would be allot better off buying an all wheel drive van. Read More
Yes. It would be illegal to advertise them that way if they were not. Though some have the ability to switch between 2 and 4 wheel drive. Read More
Steering wheel is locked. Lots of pressure on the gearcase. Is the car on a hill or up against the curb? If you can raise the drive wheels off the ground this will relieve all the pressure against the parking dog in the transmission. If this doesn't free it, make sure the steering wheel is unlocking the gear shift. Read More
The question's a bit vague. If you're referring to distributing weight once you're loaded, it depends on what your trailer has for axles. If you have fixed tandems or a fixed spread axle, you would have to move the load itself. If you have sliding tandems, you can move them forward to shift weight from the drive axles to the trailer axles, or you can move them back to shift weight from the trailer axles… Read More
My issue was the actuatior had no vacum Read More
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. They use different control systems. The 1995 is hydraulic and the 1996 is electronic. Read More
Will a dodge ram 1500 4 wheel drive automatic transmission from 1995 model fit a 1996 model of same truck?
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. They use different control systems. Read More
4 wheel drive low is used on slippery surfaces or surfaces with " give " like gravel etcetera when you are only travelling at a low speed ( I'm not sure but I would say less than 25 miles per hour ) To shift into four wheel drive low , come to a complete stop , hold your foot on the brake pedal , shift the transmission to neutral and then select 4 wheel drive… Read More