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CentralFloridaBrute2010-08-11 10:37:49 +0000 #1
Month ago I broke the front diff. but the actuator worked.. now that ive rebuilt it and changed the snorkels the actuator doesnt shift into 4wd, the dash just says 2wd.. is there a reset that I need to do, because the key was turned to the on position while the actuator wasnt connected.. Ive cleaned and dei-greesed all the connectors again, cleaned the fuse block and the connection under it. .Just need some suggestions
filthyredneck08brute2010-08-11 10:45:41 +0000 #2
mine is doing the same thing, if you figure it out let me know.
Thompy2010-08-11 10:53:55 +0000 #3
same here but with kebc
CentralFloridaBrute2010-08-11 11:06:39 +0000 #4
My KEBC is removed, and im going to be going through a bunch of things today to see if I can find this problem, FilthyRedneck Ill let ya know what i come up with
filthyredneck08brute2010-08-11 11:09:05 +0000 #5
Ok man, I greatly appreciate any suggestions....I have a thread on this prob myself and have gotten several suggestions but so far I havnt had any luck. You may find yourself some answers on mine....its (4x4-No Power?)
Brute650i2010-08-11 11:29:25 +0000 #6
do you have the actuator installed in the right position? I remember reading about that but cant remember if thats when cleaning it or if thats when reinstalling on the diff
wood butcher2010-08-11 12:19:56 +0000 #7
that would be when u take the motor off , it needs to be put back in the right position
BleednGreen682010-08-11 13:37:26 +0000 #8
Make sure the actuator is installed in its proper place. It can be a pain to get it back in its slot. With the actuator removed out of the front diff, see if you can put yer finger in there and move the sheave that actually engages into 4x4 mode. It should move back and forth easily.
CentralFloridaBrute2010-08-11 13:27:34 +0000 #9
yea it moves easily on the part that engages into 4wd.. but I did take the motor off the actuator..but it went back together pretty smooth? could this be a/the problem?

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