If you use a starter button, hopefully the leads are long enough to get you out from under the vehicle, in my experience, the leads aren't long enough. I'll try the fuses ect first. Chevrolet has redesigned the part now 3 times, but will not warranty or stand behind their product. I can not engage the four wheel drive when the message comes up. You can use a testlite to check voltage. The vehicle has not been diagnosed by the dealer.
This produced symptoms like yours describe among others. Once I took the jacks down and tried it again, it failed! Does not seem to be any pattern to when it happens. At about 20,000 miles the truck started to hesitate whenever I would take off from a red light, it would do this about once a month or so. I pulled the 4wd switch out, popped it apart since many guys suggested the connector bread and to put a drop of solder on it. And when i bought it the guy who had it said the 4wheel drive module had gone out not sure but I have gone around on different forms looking and reading and I tried a few of them things, but they haven't worked. It did the same thing a few weeks later. The recall explains that these trucks 2004-2006 is having problems with the brake lights sensor, switch? Then, I operate the 4wd gear shift lever until the 4 wheel icon light goes out on the dash panel.
Replacing it should get your 4-wheel drive system working again. How's that for a testimonial from a certified Suburban mechanic. Sometimes it fires up fine no problem. The the fuses for the park lights and the cruise control. It has been found by Chevy dealer to be the actuator, twice. Let us know what you find.
The vehicle was not taken to the dealer for the failure. The contact stated that the gauges on the instrument control panel were inoperative. Now it's occurring every other week or so. After the third time your vehicle should start. Any suggestions on what i should do. I'm also hearing the clunking sound that so many other people have reported it is accompanied by a wobbling sensation in the steering column.
Something about the bearings in the front drive and may be in the axle hubs or transfer case. One is for the cruise control circuit and the other is for the air conditioning circuit. A service writer at groth brothers Chevrolet told consumer it was normal for the vehicle to do this. The clunking, loose feeling has started again. I'll get under the truck and check see if there's power going to the transfer case.
The other, left side on top, is voltage to the coil side of relay, goes hot with key in the crank position, is wired through the neutral or clutch switch, depending on tranny. I've tried stopping and putting it in park before switching and, although this did work some of the time, it did not every time. Dealer would say they test drive at each oil change but could not find nothing, I was sure they wouldn't because it didn't happen every time. It wasnt until i removed it and repaired it that it never went out again. Anyone else having this problem and what did you do to resolve? I have serviced the transfer case and front diff.
I am not in town right now so I'm not going to do anything about it other than I did pull the 4x4 fuse out of the dash so it can't go into four wheel drive arbitrarily. No need to lift the vehicle. The license plate bulb is wired along with the rest of your park lights. In fact, that's what I thought had happened the first few times this occurred. Manwhile I have found someone with a code reader that I was going to try and get to help me tomorrow, so therefore I may be able to get it. Unfortunately most code scanners you can buy won't read the codes for the 4 wheel drive.
Ide pull the switch, remove the backing until you get to the board where the pins poke through! Try reheating them with a gun or adding some if you careful! The problem is that in case there is an odor of any kind i. Dealer could not verify - David V. The 4 wheel drive would not engaging again. . No the service 4x4 light is not on.
I can be driving 20 and it will say I'm going 50 mph. If so check all your linkages from the shifter to the t-case, if all appears well, simply disconnect the linkage from the t-case and see if it moves if it does your problem is in the shift mechanism in the t-case. Another thing is that, during the minute or two it takes to switch, the truck will tug slightly to the right. Apr 17, 2013 Gotta tell you, this question had me a little confused. I have a 98 Blazer. I call G M after a long they said the will fix it. The only time the dealer wrote anything down, I discovered, was after the warranty expired.