How to Troubleshoot a Chevy Four-Wheel Drive?

Answer Chevy uses an electronic control to transfer the power from two-wheel drive to four-wheel drive. It's no longer necessary to exit the vehicle and manually lock the hubs on the front wheels. This 4x... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot a Four-wheel-drive in a 2000 Dodge RAM?

Some of Chrysler's Dodge Ram trucks are equipped with four-wheel-drive systems. The transfer case can be manually shifted with a lever, or on some models, electronically shifted through dashboard c... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Four-Wheel Drive on a 1998 Ford Ranger?

The Ford Ranger is a two door compact pick up first introduced in 1993. The 1998 Ranger four-wheel drive model came with a 3.0-liter V-6 engine. A four-wheel drive system can have problems with the... Read More »

How to Remove the Steering Knuckle on a Chevy Four-Wheel Drive?

On a Chevy four-wheel-drive vehicle, the steering knuckle is a component of the steering assembly on the front axle. The tie rod ends connect to the steering knuckle, which then pivots on the upper... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Four Wheel Drive With Manually Locking Front Hubs?

The manual four-wheel drive locking hub functions as a direct link between the front axles and the wheels. When in the unlocked position, the wheels can drive over hard surfaces, like highway aspha... Read More »