Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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First you will want to drain the transfer case and see the oil condition for discoloration or burnt smell and also check for metal/debris that would indicate an internal problem. If okay we will need to check further into the electrical. Let me know
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Sorry for the delay. My name is ***** ***** I will be helping you today! Can you unhook your servo under the battery from the cable unbolt the servo and move it up where you can see it for me? Then reinstall the battery tray and battery. Let me know when you have completed this step.
You want the cable unhooked but the vacuum line which runs to the bottom of the vacuum actuator hooked up. The top line on the actuator runs to a 3 way splitter with a check valve (located near master cylinder on driver side of engine bay). The black side should be hooked to constant manifold vacuum. The 90° white barb goes to HVAC mode controller. The 180° white barb goes to the Vacuum actuator. Make sure the line are ran property. Advise on these conditions when you can.
If you don't have vacuum at the switch follow the line to the black/white valve they tend to fall and are also commonly hooked up wrong.