Discussion in 'GM Powertrain' started by 08bowtie, Dec 11, 2010.
where is this located? I am looking for this and need a little help, thanks :rules:
Can you be specific about which actuator you are referring to? I can think of 2 parts that could be called "4x4 actuator:"
1) the mechanism on the transfer case that "shifts" the transfer case. T-case is the thing located behind the transmission with the driveshafts coming out of it. You don't say if you have a lever/manual shift transfer case or an electric shift, but the shifting mechanism will be attached to the transfer case.
2) the center axle disconnect (CAD) on the front differential. I believe it is usually near the place where the driveshaft attaches to the differential.
i have a turn style knob, automatic.
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Ok so I found the actuator , unplugged it but no good. I guess it is off to the shop on mon am.....
turns out it was not the actuator....it was a broken front end....
How did you get the 4X4 switch out to unplug it?
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