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Old 11-04-2006, 12:45 PM
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how can i determine whether the motor or the vacuum ****ch should be replaced . i can hear the motor when i switch from 2-4 wd but the front drive shaft still cliks mabe it is not fully dis engaging (any body)
i have already checked the actuator under the batt.and my tires are good but i dont remember hearing the electronic shift motor ,but i never realy listened
 
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Again, this is the same problem! DO NOT post another thread on this subject. Please add this information into the thread you originally started by editing your last post.

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