I think you have it right. A bad cable or vacuum leaks seem to be the problem spots.bugnout wrote:...Pushing the 4 Hi button engages the transfer case AND the right front axle is engaged via the vacuum actuator. I've read that the vacuum system can get week and when that happens the front right axle engagement collar can get stuck or not fully engage or disengage.
That and turning, as well as wear and tear.Any idea what the logic was for creating this disconnect for the right front axle? Doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Maybe an attempt at fuel mileage improvement.
Yes. Keep in mind the autotrac transfercase has a viscous clutch system allowing it to slip inside the transfercase. Ours is direct. No give at all.I've also read that the bravada axle is one piece and eliminates the need to engage the right front axle at all.
Do I have this right?
HenryJ wrote:Keep in mind the autotrac transfercase has a viscous clutch system allowing it to slip inside the transfercase. Ours is direct. No give at all.
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