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I have no vacuum at the axel shift motor on my 1999 Dodge Ram

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I have no vacuum at the axel shift motor on my 1999 Dodge Ram 3500 gas***** What should I look for?
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Customer: A friend checked the vacuum at the axel shift motor .He says there is no vacuum there. It dose not matter whether I'm in low or standard 4 wheel I have nothing.
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Customer: If possible.
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Customer: Don't know.
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  -Brad- replied 6 months ago.
Good morning and welcome to JustAnswer!!My name is ***** ***** I have worked for a Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealership for 18 years and I will do my best to help. Vacuum for the front axle comes from the 4WD actuator on the transfercase.. It has 4 vacuum lines going to it so you will need to pull it off and see if it has vacuum, if no then follow the line to the intake to see where the issue is. If it does have vacuum when you disconnect it then it's likely a bad switch, just unscrew it and install a new one and you should be in good shape.. If you need anymore assistance feel free to reply and don't forget the RATING before leaving the site!!Have a great day,Brad

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